Amusingly I appear to have long flowing blond hair (when in fact I have extremely short brownish hair, what little hasn't thinned off the top) - it's an optical trick caused by me standing in front of a shorter woman with long blonde hair. A huge reproduction of a photo very similar to this one was spread across pages 2 & 3 of today's The Daily Telegraph, a high circulation Sydney tabloid newspaper. So now I'm on page 3 too! YAY!
The print version pixelated any visible penises but not breasts - however there's at least one unpixelated penis in the pic above. Strangely, The Daily Tele, in running a story last week about nudists protesting against being kicked off a long-standing unofficial nude beach in Sydney censored their butts (a photo of five naked people with their backs to the camera) with large asterisks... claiming that it was a "family newspaper". And yet today they publish 100 or so pairs of breasts...? Not that I care about the breasts, but they do seem to have a very confused editorial policy around nudity.
Here's a pic from inside the Opera House theatre - I'm in there in the foreground somewhere but mostly obscured.
It's a great photo even though you can only see a small portion of the people that were in the theatre. The funniest thing Tunick said (quite unintentionally, I might add) was, "Everyone look at the organ" - at which everyone burst into laughter. You can see "the organ" in the background at the very top of the photo...