Rosalie Peters on the Winter Set by Harrison Marks and from an original negative scan. A beautiful shot of Rosalie in just bobble hat, gloves and long blonde wig showing off her great body and hint of light coloured bush. No wonder the snowman has a big grin on his face, so would you with Rosalie rubbing up against you like that! Definitely something to warm you up on a cold winters day 🙂
The model known as Vicky taken by Harrison Marks at his London flat in 1967. It’s well known that Harrison Marks had a fondness for cats and throughout his flat there were numerous ceramic cats that popped up in shots of various models. Plenty of pussy on view in this shot of Vicky including her very own lush bush! The ceramic cats look good too on the edge of a nice Stereophonic Black Box G63 record player 🙂
Velma Loftus posing with open blouse exposing her beautiful body on the cottage kitchen set. Taken by Harrison Marks in 1967 Velma was one of his later models that had a lush thick bush on view in many of her shots. This is a fine example of her showing off that lovely pussy and slender figure for the camera, so you can’t complain too much about the view 🙂
Gill Evans from a scan of an original negative with the slightly censored version of the same shot appearing in Kamera No.81 P37 (1967). Gill Evans was already a well known and popular model in other UK & US based publications when Harrison Marks offered her a place on his annual Cornwall shoot in 1966. All of the photos from the shoot that he published were reproduced in Kamera on Location ’66. He also did a studio shoot of her and fifteen of these photos were published in Kamera No.81 including the front cover and the shot above.
A stunning beauty not used enough by GHM in my humble opinion 🙂
Lee Southern (Sothern) cooling off in the sea on the cover of Health & Efficiency (June 1967). Nothing risqué about this cover, but Lee looks sexy and cool at the same time in her blue bikini as she takes a splash in the sea. Taken at a beach close to Sheplegh Court in Devon, which was a popular haunt of editor Leslie Bainbridge.