An image from a set of 6 slides of June posing nude in the studio in front of some iron bars/cage, taken at Scotlee studio’s in the 1970’s. This shot gives us a great view of June with longer hair laying nude on the floor in front of the iron bars. We get a great view of her naked body, including a hint of bush! More of this set coming soon.
Note: This image is created from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice.
A restored colour shot from a Pamar slide of Pamela Green posing nude on a rowing boat on the Isles of Scilly in 1958. This shot along with a few other’s I have were taken by Harrison Marks as part of a shoot for his hardback book ‘Kamera on Location’. There are several different shots of Pam posing with this rowing boat within the book and all black and white, but these are the first I’ve seen in colour. Beautiful views in the background and foreground for all to see 🙂
Two shots of a rather curvy and voluptuous unknown model sent through by Jeff B from his collection of 48 Walton colour slides. What a wonderful figure and pair of big tits this young lady had, along with her very 1950’s hairstyle! she also appears in several shots with our mysterious ‘Mole Lady‘ I’ve also published
Starting the week with a great scan of an original Harrison Marks negative featuring two of my favourite blondes, June Simpson and Pamela Green. Taken around 1958/59 more shots from this set of June and Pamela went on to appear in Kamera No.18 onwards, including the cover of No.18.
Thanks to Kevin for sharing such a fab shot!
Eva Wild, one of the earlier Harrison Marks models that appeared in Kamera No.1, 6, 11 & No.15 as well as ‘In Focus’ issues No.1, 2 & No.13. As well as early copies of Carnival and Fiesta. This is an amazing shot of Eva by GHM and looks like it could have been a ‘selfie’ from the camera angle if taken today!
I love it when I get sent images from new contacts and this stunner of Eva comes from Kevin, whom I only just realized was also ‘Kevintagist’ over on eBay! Kevin runs Pinupmemories and has sent me through images in the past, but as soon as I saw this one I had to edit it and post it!
Kevin has some stunning original negatives over on his eBay site, including loads of great Harrison Marks slides, so go take a look. I’m hoping to tap him up for a few scans at some point, but what he has sent me so far, like Eva above are stunning high quality scans, so thanks Kevin!