A very unusual and flexible shot of June Simpson by Harrison Marks from a restored Pamar 35mm colour slide in my collection. What a pose from June Simpson showing off that fantastic flexible figure bent over backwards, giving us a different view of her body! Taken in the conservatory at Pamela Green’s parents house in Kent in 1958/59
Another from the set of Nancy Roberts taken in the grounds of Sheplegh Court in 1959, when she was a mere 20 years old! Looking at the details on the box of these glass plates I now recognize the handwriting as that of Leslie L. Bainbridge, editor of H&E (Health & Efficiency) magazine and then Girl Illustrated. A stunning shot of Nancy who seems to appear in many of Bainbridge’s early H&E magazines and several ‘naturist’ films, including the new one in my collection ‘World Without Clothes’.
It must be my week for nice surprises, as I was contacted last night by none other than the fabulous Jean Sporle, who came across my site and contacted me. Jean is now 83 and blessed with good health and still going strong, which is fantastic to hear and still does the odd bit of fashion modeling, Wow!
Jean like myself is also keen on knowing if some of the great models back then are still around, hence looking through the site. I’ve passed on the models I know are still around and it’s great to hear that Jean is going strong and loving the times she had back with Harrison Marks and Pamela Green.
Above is a stunning shot of Jean reclining nude on a sofa and highlighted by the natural light from a window above. This is from a restored Pamar slide and taken back in the late 50’s by Harrison Marks at his flat he shared with Pam in Hampstead. A stunning shot of a fabulous lady and so glad she made contact 🙂
An absolutely stunning shot of Pat Davis by Harrison Marks taken in the studio in 1959. It doesn’t get much better than this from the great man himself with the perfect pose and lighting to show off Pat and her perfect tits! I love how the light highlights her tits, but also casts a shadow across her turned away face. Perfection and a big thank you to Kevin for this shot from his collection.
Another exquisite shot of Pamela Green as Rita Landre taken by Harrison Marks in the living room of his Gerard Street flat. As always a beautiful shot of a pouting Pam/Rita as she poses against that unit and it always amazes me how realistic the wig looked on her, so much so for ages I thought it was real!
This slicked up shot of a glistening body is of Erica as if you needed to guess and comes from Kamera No.20 P32 (1959). As I’ve said before it seems that Harrison Marks had a thing for Erica oiled up, as I’ve seen more or Erica with oil on her body than not. Just an observation, as what’s not to like about seeing Erica or her body at least and those oiled curves!