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A bloke’s shed is one of his happy places.
It’s a sanctuary where he can retreat to work on a project, listen to the footy and maybe have a cold beer. The man cave is his bastion.
Craig Wetjen has released a new book that features men and their sheds. It’’s aptly titled Men and Their Sheds and three Ocean Grovers feature in it.
The book features a series of photographs that portray everyday men and their sheds. Wetjen travelled thousands of kilometres to find his subjects.
The Ocean Grovers featured in the book are Garth Torrance, Darren Longridge and Justin Zahra.
The stunning pictorial is forwarded by Jeff Kennett and touches on the role that men’s sheds play in male mental health.
The book is published by Echo Publishing and is available at bookshops for $45.

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