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Men Only Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 8 pictures in our Men Only collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


A man holds a tea cup in one hand and a tea tray in the other
A man holds a tea cup in one hand and a tea tray in the other
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Three men sit on a roadside posing as the three wise monkeys
Three men sit on a roadside posing as the three wise monkeys
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Stockman driving his bullocks as they haul logs along bush road
Stockman driving his bullocks as they haul logs along bush road
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A muzzled freshwater crocodile being weighed in a hessian sack
A muzzled freshwater crocodile being weighed in a hessian sack
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A group of men wait in line for lunch in a workplace canteen
A group of men wait in line for lunch in a workplace canteen
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Close up of a male performer wearing an elaborate red headdress
Close up of a male performer wearing an elaborate red headdress
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A dark haired man lies asleep on a floral patterned deck chair
A dark haired man lies asleep on a floral patterned deck chair
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Two young men in cowboy hats pose in front of a train timetable
Two young men in cowboy hats pose in front of a train timetable
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A dark haired man lies asleep on a floral patterned deck chair Featured Image

A dark haired man lies asleep on a floral patterned deck chair

A dark haired man dressed in jeans and a short sleeved shirt, lies asleep on a sunflower patterned deckchair. Behind him is a rough stucco wall and some red flowering plants. This image was shot while filming And Their Ghosts May Be Heard 1975: In 1893, leaving workers strikes, a bitter depression and unemployment behind, a group of more than 200 Australian workers set sail for Paraguay, South America under the charismatic leadership of trade unionist William Lane. Their dream was to set up a utopian society, to be run along true communist lines and Australian principles of mateship and equality. Through interviews with the descendants of those first settlers And Their Ghosts May Be Heard tells the story of how that dream floundered and ultimately failed. It also explores the strong Australian identity that has been passed down through the generations and follows the journey of the youngest grandson Peter Wood, who has returned to live in the land of his forefathers

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