A Thirsty Georgina Wilson! (1979)

I’ve had these two shots of Georgina Wilson and this Coke bottle for ages and may have posted them on one of my older blogs, but they still really appeal to me. I think it must be the way the water from the bottle runs down her body in the way, especially the second shot 🙂 These plus other shots of Georgina appeared in Mayfair Magazine Vol.14 No.8 (Aug 1979) and until recently that was all I had.

Recently I’ve found out she actually modelled under another name, Linda Butler and I have 4 superb originals of her as well! So until I post the new ones, time to re-enjoy these shots of Georgina/Linda.

June Posing at Scotlee Studio (1979)

A beautiful pose and shot of June taken by Itsgardin at Scotlee Studio in 1979, nothing more to say really other than enjoy!

Shoot! It’s Cowgirl June (Original)

Well blow the smoke from my gun! It’s June posing as a cowgirl including gun and holster, although I prefer the white boots and sheer panties 🙂 Taken by Itsgardin at Strobe Studio’s in 1979.

A Very Woolly Story (Original)

A very odd title for this post I know, but bare with me (pun intended!) After publishing this post  mentioning the fabled sheepskin rugs that appear in many shots from Strobe, itsgarden contacted me to give me this great little story about the said rugs.

‘As to the sheepskins, as you can imagine floor boards can be pretty hard to sit on/lie on for a couple of hours whilst posing for photographs. So when I first met June at ScotLee Studios the only complaint she ever had been the hardness of floor boards and the marks on her body they left. So being a country boy, I suggested she used sheepskin rugs to make the floor softer and to prevent marks on her from pressure points. I duly supplied 6 full-sized sheepskins to Brian Scott at Scotlee and another 6 to Arthur when I started to use Strobe Studios. She was forever grateful.’

So, there we have it, the origins of the fabled sheepskin rugs and where they came from and why they appear in so many shots! Well done Itsgardin as you are quite right, June didn’t need her delicate pressure points up against those hard floorboards, that just wouldn’t have done and thanks for the great story 🙂

Oh and the above shot of Itsgardin was used because there was some rug in the background and I love the sheer nightie showing her great tits and it was taken at the Scotlee studio’s in 1979

June Palmer – No Support Required! (Original)

June Palmer posing for Itsgardin at Scotlee Studio’s in 1979. Another great shot of her from Itsgardin, but ladders and steps seem to be a staple diet as a prop back then!