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“Hung up”. (Photo by Roof Topper)

“Been on more roofs than santa clause” – Roof Topper. Photo: “Hung up”. (Photo by Roof Topper)
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13 Jul 2014 11:08:00
A hot air balloon in tortoise shape flies in the air during the Tazaungdaing air balloon festival in Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar, 25 November 2015. During the festival, hot air balloons made of multicolored papers and hung with paper lanterns, fireworks and fire sticks are exploded in mid-air. (Photo by Hein Htet/EPA)

A hot air balloon in tortoise shape flies in the air during the Tazaungdaing air balloon festival in Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar, 25 November 2015. During the festival, hot air balloons made of multicolored papers and hung with paper lanterns, fireworks and fire sticks are exploded in mid-air. (Photo by Hein Htet/EPA)
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26 Nov 2015 08:07:00
Simon Monk’s ‘Secret Identity’ Paintings

Simon Monk’s 'Secret Identity' is an ongoing series of paintings, each representing a plastic figurine of a famous superhero contained in a clear plastic bag. Bagged and hung on a hook these superheroes become recently purchased objects robbed of the enormous power they wield.
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11 Jul 2013 08:01:00
Circus of Horrors

With a brilliant cast The Circus of Horrors features some of the greatest, most bizarre & beautiful Circus acts on earth.Where else can you see a dare devil sword swallower swallowing a lit neon tube! Where else can you see a beautiful creature hung upside-down while a dare devil trapeze artist performs a exquisite ariel act hung solely from her partners hair! Where else can you see a contortionist contort her body while firing a arrow from a long bow with her feet! All this and a whole lot more.
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12 Jul 2012 12:49:00
Children of a vendor pose with demon-masks to be hung outside homes believed to ward off negative energy during a government-imposed nationwide lockdown as a preventive measure against the COVID-19 coronavirus, at a roadside stall in Hyderabad, on April 18, 2020. (Photo by Noah Seelam/AFP Photo)

Children of a vendor pose with demon-masks to be hung outside homes believed to ward off negative energy during a government-imposed nationwide lockdown as a preventive measure against the COVID-19 coronavirus, at a roadside stall in Hyderabad, on April 18, 2020. (Photo by Noah Seelam/AFP Photo)
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24 Apr 2020 00:03:00
A child jumps to touch lanterns hung on a tree ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Beijing on Thursday, January 16, 2020. The world's largest annual migration begins this week in China with millions of Chinese traveling to their hometowns to celebrate the Lunar New Year on Jan. 25 this year which marks the Year of the Rat on the Chinese zodiac. (Photo by Ng Han Guan/AP Photo)

A child jumps to touch lanterns hung on a tree ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Beijing on Thursday, January 16, 2020. The world's largest annual migration begins this week in China with millions of Chinese traveling to their hometowns to celebrate the Lunar New Year on Jan. 25 this year which marks the Year of the Rat on the Chinese zodiac. (Photo by Ng Han Guan/AP Photo)
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22 Jan 2020 00:01:00
The Perth-based photographer and journalist Frances Andrijich has travelled the Western Australian coast since the early 90s, capturing clotheslines in all their glory. In her images they take the roles of play equipment, Christmas trees and, in the summer, a homemaker’s dream. Andrijich admits she is hopelessly hung up on clotheslines; her latest book celebrates them under the spotlight of the Australian sun. (Photo by Frances Andrijich)

The Perth-based photographer and journalist Frances Andrijich has travelled the Western Australian coast since the early 90s, capturing clotheslines in all their glory. In her images they take the roles of play equipment, Christmas trees and, in the summer, a homemaker’s dream. Andrijich admits she is hopelessly hung up on clotheslines; her latest book celebrates them under the spotlight of the Australian sun. Here: Vera Germanis hangs out underwear in Frances Andrijich’s grandparents’ backyard. This was the photographer’s first clothesline shot, taken in Midland Junction in 1991. (Photo by Frances Andrijich)
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29 Mar 2016 11:58:00
Joaldunaks return in a trailer to their town at the end of Carnival between of the Pyrenees villages of Ituren and Zubieta, northern Spain, Monday, February 1, 2016. In one of the most ancient carnivals in Europe, dating from before the Roman empire, companies of Joaldunak (cowbells) made up of residents of two towns, Ituren and Zubieta, parade the streets costumed in sandals, lace petticoats, sheepskins around the waist and shoulders, coloured neckerchiefs, conical caps with ribbons and a hyssop of horsehair in their right hands and cowbells hung across their lower back. (Photo by Alvaro Barrientos/AP Photo)

Joaldunaks return in a trailer to their town at the end of Carnival between of the Pyrenees villages of Ituren and Zubieta, northern Spain, Monday, February 1, 2016. In one of the most ancient carnivals in Europe, dating from before the Roman empire, companies of Joaldunak (cowbells) made up of residents of two towns, Ituren and Zubieta, parade the streets costumed in sandals, lace petticoats, sheepskins around the waist and shoulders, coloured neckerchiefs, conical caps with ribbons and a hyssop of horsehair in their right hands and cowbells hung across their lower back. (Photo by Alvaro Barrientos/AP Photo)
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02 Feb 2016 13:07:00