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Photographer John Lund flips his wig in this humorous self portrait and stock photo.
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Get The Monkey Off Your Back

Monkey on your photo: Picture of a baboon perched on the shoulders of a businessman at a computer in his cubicle.
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Monkey on your back: A Monkey Sits on the Back of a Man in His office Cubicle. Monkey on your photo: Picture of a baboon perched on the shoulders of a businessman at a computer in his cubicle. Get The Monkey Off Your Back Stock Photo. Animal photo collection: Picture of a Monkey on your back, in this case on a executive's back as he works in his office. Get that monkey off your back! In this get the monkey off your back image I shot a baboon rather than a monkey, but I think it still works. We had a number of rules by the animal trainer: No smiling at the baboon as that would be show our weapons (teeth), no staring into his eyes as that would be seen as a challenge, no interacting with my female assistant as that would be seen as trying to steal one of his harem members. There were other rules too, but these are the ones I remember. Concepts illustrated by this stock photograph include: Bizarre, Emotional Stress, Humor, Problems, Worried, Addiction, and Mischief.


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