Ann Walker in flat cap and scarf posing in front of some old boiler nude from Solo No.26 (1962). I’ve not seen this set before, but Ann looks good in front of it and the retoucher hasn’t done a bad job hiding the naughty bits in the second shot, although she was shaved anyway so less to hide!
I seem to be lacking in images of Ann Walker, so thankfully I’ve rectified that with this shot of a moody looking Ann by Harrison Marks. I don’t know why, but that bow or whatever contraption it is in her hair reminds me of Minnie The Mouse, but the rest of Ann certainly doesn’t! A great topless view of Ann and I’ve posted a couple of other shots in the past from the same set here.
Thanks to Kevin for this shot from his collection and he’s currently selling this original, along with a selection of others over on his eBay site.
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It’s been ages since I’ve posted a Ann Walker image, so I thought I’d rectify that now with an original image of her from one of my own negatives. Taken in the studio by Harrison Marks this shot gives us a great view of Ann’s figure as she kneels smiling to something off camera right. Plus we get a full on view of more than one smile, that would never have got past the censors of the time, but thankfully we get to see Ann in all her shaven glory here 🙂
Coincidentally I’ve just received Kamera No.44 in the post today and this very image appears on page 42, but reversed. This also puts the date of the shot at around 1961 and I’ll publish the version from the magazine as soon as I’ve scanned i.
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