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Choose from 234 pictures in our Torsten Blackwood collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Agence France-Presse (AFP).


Australia-Christmas-40 Santas Featured Torsten Blackwood Print

Australia-Christmas-40 Santas

Some 40 Santa Clauses disembark having "flown from The North Pole" on a Qantas Boeing 747-300 to Sydney International Airport, 09 November 2005, in time for Christmas. Over 200 Santas have graduated this year from the Myer Santa School having been taught about the meaning of Christmas, the history of Santa, ways to communicate with children and their parents, and how to create the Santa magic. AFP PHOTO/Torsten BLACKWOOD / AFP PHOTO / TORSTEN BLACKWOOD

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Australia-Colombia-Ship-Gloria Featured Torsten Blackwood Print

Australia-Colombia-Ship-Gloria

The steel-hulled ARC Gloria, the official flagship of the Colombian Navy, passes the sails of the Opera House as she arrives in Sydney Harbour from Manila on August 30, 2009. Purpose-built in 1968 as a sail-training ship in the Celeya shipyard in Spain, the Gloria is over 56 meters long - one of the biggest tall ships still afloat - with a full crew of 176. The Gloria will set sail for Tahiti on September 3. AFP PHOTO/Torsten BLACKWOOD / AFP PHOTO / TORSTEN BLACKWOOD

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Australia-Sword Swallowing-Record Featured Torsten Blackwood Print

Australia-Sword Swallowing-Record

Internationally renowned street performer Chayne Hultgren (a.k.a. 'The Space Cowboy'), re-enacts his 18-sword swallowing attempt for a Guinness World Record in front of the Sydney Opera House on February 8, 2010. The Australian beat his own world record when he simultaneously swallowed 18 swords, each blade measuring 50.8cm by 1.3cm, in the lead-up to this year's International Sword Swallowing Day on February 28. AFP PHOTO / Torsten BLACKWOOD / AFP PHOTO / TORSTEN BLACKWOOD

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