IT'S a snapshot of the times: a group of Irish construction workers recreating the famous 'Lunch atop a Skyscraper' picture by sharing banter and lighting cigarettes during a break on an iron beam in Perth, Australia.
Taken during the Great Depression in 1932, 'Lunch atop a Skyscraper' depicts 11 steelworkers perched precariously on a beam 69 floors over the Manhattan skyline during the construction of the RCA Building (now the GE Building).
Since then, the image has become one of the world's most requested and reprinted photographs.
'The Simpsons' and the cast of 'Friends' have paid homage to it, and now it's the turn of the Irish to get in on the act some 80 years after it was first produced.
The striking image has become an internet sensation, and shows a gang of Irish workers joining their Australian workmates during their lunch break hundreds of feet above the ground.