Rosalie Peters on the village set at Lily Place and another rare shot of her without the blonde wig. The censored version of this shot appeared in Kamera No.81 P44 (1967) and is one of two shots of her in this edition, but this is a fuller body shot. This version that comes direct from the negative obviously shows the completely uncensored version with Rosalie showing off a very fine covering of recently grown hair over her very neat and tidy mound. An obvious appendix scar is more visible in this version as well.
Thanks to Kevin for a copy of this shot and it’s always nice to see the original version before the retouchers get hold of it for publication 🙂
Suzi Shane posing on a rack in the dungeon set by Harrison Marks. Most of the shots of Suzi posing on the dungeon set appeared in Kamera No.84 (1967) including a very similar colour shot to this one on the cover. I’ve previously posted a more revealing uncensored shot of Suzi from the same set here, but this shot has her ripped skirt just covering her bits!
Velma Loftus posing with opened blouse and trousers on the cottage kitchen set. A simple but stunning shot of her, but I’m not sure the combination of apple and cigarette at the same time is really that good for you, health wise! This comes from an original negative that I’ve not seen published anywhere else to my knowledge.
One of the later models, Velma first arrived for an interview at Harrison Marks’ Lily Place studios in December 1967. GHM did his first shoot with her at his flat and several other sessions followed including one on the cottage kitchen set, one on the dungeon set and a third on the African set between December 1967 and March ’68. Solo No.59 includes photos of Velma from all the shoots and other shots appear in Kamera No.86, No.87 and No.89, which she appears on the cover. The only shot of her posing on the cottage kitchen set appears to be in the last edition of Kamera No.89 P47 (1968). She also appears in several uncensored shots in Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.2 and the 1st edition of New Kamera No.1 P45 (1969). Not only did Velma have a slender figure and a cracking pair of tits, she also had a fabulous thick dark unkempt bush on her, that is a wonder to see in the uncensored shots.
Velma was also Miss November in the 1969 Kamera Calendar and appears in two HM 8mm glamour movies, No.E19, ‘Cat Girl’ (1968) and No.E310, which was only released on the Continent.
Hazel Taylor (Ann Dixon) from Kamera No.78 P46 (1967) as she poses from between a dragon statue. Taken by Harrison Marks on the Chinese Garden Set this is one of 10 shots of Hazel in Kamera No.78 with her posing nude with the dragon or a dragon gong. I love this particular pose of Hazel between the dragons tail showing off her great tits. it’s a shame the images in this edition are all airbrushed for publication as Hazel had a magnificent natural pussy in the uncensored shots I have of her. You can’t tell in this shot, but I can’t work out if Hazel is a redhead or ginger, one thing is for sure the collars and cuffs match whatever the colour 🙂
The models known as Vicky & Stevie (Vaughan) from Kamera No.83 P27 (1967) posing precariously on a swing for Harrison Marks! I’ve published a few shots of Vicky and her harsh hair style before, but only one shot of Stevie here, so time for one of them both together. They tended to appear together and separately in the later editions of Kamera and were the slimmer type of model with smaller tits, rather than some of the more rubenesque models we’ve come to love and know.
A great shot of the two together with lovely smiles as well as everything else on show 🙂
Rosalie Peters wearing just a bobble hat, boots and gloves from Kamera No.79 P28 (1967). I couldn’t resist scanning and posting this from my new collection of Kamera magazines, as the theme seemed quite appropriate on the run up to Xmas.
A beautifully posed shot of Rosalie, but I could never understand the need for the long blonde wig? Rosalie also appears on the cover of Kamera No.79 along with 15 other pages, including two colour shots in the centre pages. All are snow themed or taken on the Winter/Festive set by Harrison Marks, so one does wonder if this was the December edition from 1967?
Two shots of June Palmer on different magazine covers from the same photo shoot, but wearing different hats! The first is from Practical Photography (June 1966) and the second from the US publication Man Junior (November 1967). In both June is wearing a two piece white swimming costume and posing with a tulip in front of a 1950’s bull fighting poster, but wearing different hats.
The shoot obviously had a Spanish theme to it with the poster in the background and the two types of hats she is wearing, a Sombrero cordobés the smaller black hat and the more well known larger Sombrero. I prefer the first cover as it is just a standard photo of June, whereas the Man Junior cover looks to be lower quality giving it an almost painting feel to it.
Thanks to both John W and Paul from Firebird Records for the two different covers of June
An original image from a negative of Barbara Halks and Nicky Stevens on the set of the Harrison Marks glamour film ‘Sitting Pretty’. The film itself was a standard 8mm film in black and white by Harrison Marks, numbered No.E.9 – Sitting Pretty (1967), but I have no idea what the film actually entails! I do have a copy of the box cover (below) featuring the two girls, but the shot I have is a little more revealing from Barbara’s point of view! I’d say nice ‘pussy’ but that seems quite topical at present, so will just say we get to see Barbara in all her natural glory! I have a few more negatives from this film, but unfortunately none showing anything more of Nicky, who seems to stop just short of showing anything down below!
A bubbly Britt Hampshire posing in the sunken bath from Kamera No.80 P28 (1967). I do love a good reflection shot using mirrors and this shot of Britt by Harrison Marks is very well done. Not only are the bubbles strategically placed to hide anything, but if you look at her reflection there is a very well placed knob/tap covering her modesty.
Louise Worth sat posing on a four poster bed from Kamera No.80 P31 (1967) by Harrison Marks. I thought the four poster bed was a set, but I’m not so sure it wasn’t a bedroom at Ewhurst Manor, as it seems to appear in other shoots?