A different view on things in more than one way, with a shot of Pamela Green and Jean Spaul (Sporle) posing for Harrison Marks as they hang out of the window nude! A very simple but effective shot of Pam and Jean and I love the curve of Pam’s hips in this shot and clever use of the reflection, making it look as though we see the both sides of her figure. I don’t recall seeing this shot being used in Kamera, but I may be wrong? Thanks to Simon for a cracking shot of these two and I even got a Playschool reference in the title. I must get extra points for that!
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Two stunning beauties in the forms of Pamela Green and Jean Spaul (Sporle) from an original Harrison Marks negative. Taken around 1960, several shots of Pam and Jean along with Mary Deighan posing with tree branches such as this were published in Kamera No.31, with the location looking to be some form of valley or quarry? A real contrast in bodies in this shot as well with Jean’s pale skin in contrast to Pam’s tanned body.
Thanks as always to Simon for sending over this shot from his extensive Pam collection, as it’s always appreciated.
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Pamela Green and Marie Deveraux posing amongst the dunes in 1958 from Kamera on Location P61. What is quite interesting is that the two of them appear to have opposite coloured wigs on from their normal hair! Marie with a blonde wig when she was dark at this time, and Pam with a dark wig when she was blonde, plus the addition of the mandatory scarf!
A superb shot of Pamela Green and Marie Deveraux reproduced as a Pamar colour slide, that was originally published as one of the colour pages in Kamera No.14 (1958). A very clear crisp shot of these two iconic ladies in a classic pose for Harrison Marks and one of my favourites featuring Pam and Marie.
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One of my favourite early Kamera covers featuring Pamela Green and Jean Spaul (Sporle) posing in the living room of GHM’s flat. Not much more you need to say about it really, other than it’s a classic cover and even today has an elegance and style about it that can’t be replicated.