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Picture gallery: Consider the Clothesline

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Who knew laundry could be so seductive?
Award winning Photographer Frances Andrich admits to being “hung up on clotheslines”. Her new book Consider The Clothesline showcases, contemplates and celebarates clothelines and the people who use them, in all their glory. Here’s a selection of our favourites.
Consider the Clothesline is released April 1 from Echo Publishing.

Burrows family Christmas barbecue. Who needs mistletoe? (Jandakot, Perth)
Burrows family Christmas barbecue. Who needs mistletoe? (Jandakot, Perth)

Nicole McKendry casually hanging out her smalls (Naval Base Shacks, Henderson, Perth.)
Nicole McKendry casually hanging out her smalls (Naval Base Shacks, Henderson, Perth.)

You call that a sea breeze? This is a sea breeze (Naval Base Shacks, Henderson, Perth)
You call that a sea breeze? This is a sea breeze (Naval Base Shacks, Henderson, Perth)

Under a Christmas clothesline, the aptly named Les Cook (R) and unnamed mate sizzle up a holiday feast (Swanbourne, Perth)
Under a Christmas clothesline, the aptly named Les Cook (R) and unnamed mate sizzle up a holiday feast (Swanbourne, Perth)

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[box]Featured image: Channeling Priscilla at the Great Fingall Gold Mine. Shire of Cue work supervisor Gary Pitcher, with Queens of the Murchison – Delta, Regina and Arpi (Cue, Mid West)
All images by Frances Aldrich[/box]

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