A rare shot of the model known only as Yamille by Harrison Marks in the studio. A perfect picture of her kneeling and looking away from the camera, but giving us a perfect front view of her curves, those hips and just a hint of bush! You can also just notice a scar down where her appendix is, so another who seems to have had an appendectomy. I love this dusky model, just wish there was more of her around especially some more full frontal of her 😉
Another stunning shot of this unknown ebony model by Harrison Marks posing in the studio. What a fabulous voluptuous curvy figure she has as she kneels with arms up for the camera 🙂
The first image I posted here actually appeared in Kamera No. 47 P10 (1962) and is one of my missing editions, so no idea if this shot also appeared?
Thanks to MadMax who has confirmed that this image also appeared in Kamera No.47 on P42.
A stunning shot of an unknown ebony model by Harrison Marks. What a fabulous curvy figure she has as she leans forward for the camera and one of the few ebony models that GHM used in the 1960’s along with Sylvia Bayo, Veronica Diemen and a few others 🙂
Thanks to MadMax this image actually appeared in Kamera No. 47 P10 (1962) and is one of my missing editions, so no wonder I didn’t recognize the shot 🙂
I originally published this shot from Kamera No.48 (1962) here, but this comes direct from the negative. As you can see the clarity of the shot from the negative is so much better, plus members get to see the full scan of the medium format negative that shows so much more of the living room floor and fireplace at GHM’s place 🙂
Bridget Leonard by Harrison Marks on the bedroom set from a restored colour slide. Another one of the later colour slides that had some colour that seems to have survived, although when trying to recover the colours it did come out rather bright!
Bridget is one of those models I’ve published very little of, not for any reason other than I don’t have much of her, other than a copy of her Solo appearance in Solo No.25 (1962). Several similar shots to this slide also appear in Solo. Thanks to Kevin for sending over this scan of the slide 🙂
This gorgeous smiling bedroom beauty comes from an original negative taken by Harrison Marks. This unknown model appears in two sets by GHM, one taken on a beach somewhere with images being published in Kamera No.48 (1962) and this set of her posing in a bedroom at GHM’s flat and I have several negatives from both. Both seem to be taken around 1962, but no identification as to whom she is?
A perfect figure with nicely rounded hips and small perky tits, a beauty that would looking stunning in any bedroom and members get to see her in all her glory without watermarks and in high definition, although the scan from the negative came out a little on the soft side! Another model to be added to the growing list of unknown models.
Maria Clarence beautiful and bare from an original negative scan, with the published retouched version of this shot appearing in Kamera No.46 P15 (1962). Her first appearance was in Kamera No.45 (1962) and further photos were published in issues No.46, 47, 48, 50, 55, 56, 60, 61, 66 & No.75. She also appeared in Kamera Special No.3 and six pages in the hardback book ‘She Walks in Beauty’. Maria was chosen for the 1962 Cornwall location shoot and a total of nearly eighty photographs of Maria were published including duos taken with Margaret Nolan and Jane Mathews. There are two known sets of 35mm Colour Slides of Maria, No’s 24 and No.32 with Margaret Nolan from the Cornwall shoot.
A beauty and bare shot of Maria in the studio, but those hairy arms are evident again, but not a lot of hair anywhere else!
Merle Henry down on the beach for a spot of nude sunbathing and posing for Harrison Marks. This one is for all the shaven/depilation fans out there after my question on this post, where it seems the reaction was split 50/50 down the middle on Hair or Bare!
Here we see a full frontal of Merle showing off her perfectly smooth lower region and censored versions of similar shots of Merle appeared in Kamera No.41 and Solo (1962). This beautiful view of the beach and Merle for all to see appeared in Kamera No.46 P33 (1962)!