Annette Johnson – Buxom, Bushy & Brunette (Original)

Another shot of Annette Johnson from a set of 8 restored 35mm colour slides taken in the late 1970’s. I’ve already posted one such shot from this set here, but this shot of Annette shows her with long brunette hair, a much fuller figure than in her early career and the hint of a nice thick bush down below.

Annette Johnson – Another Look! (Original)

Another model that reinvented herself several times throughout her career was Annette Johnson. This shot from a restored 35mm negative shows her from the late 1960’s with shorter darker hair than the platinum blonde look from her early career. Her figure also seems to be filling out now and that bosom expanding from a beautiful set of her posing next to a drinks bar in someone’s home. Also another model form the start of the alphabet 🙂

Annette & Diane – Double Tops! (Original)

A two for one with this shot featuring Annette Johnson and Diane Grant from an original 35mm black and white negative. I’d never seen this set before of the two together, but I get the impression they were taken in a studio for a group of photographers, either professional or more likely amateur. In most shots they are both looking in different directions, with Annette tending to look directly at the camera and Diane to be looking off to the side. So either Diane was camera shy or was facing another camera to the side?

A very distracting sight for the photographers as well with these two sat in front of you posing naked.

Annette Johnson – Frills All the Way! (Original)

An older Annette Johnson from a restored 35mm colour slide taken in the late 1970’s, early 80’s. This comes from a set of 8 slides I have of Annette showing her with long brunette hair and a much fuller figure than in her early career. Loving the pout on her face and the white frilly knickers she has on. She may be older in this shot, but she still had the curve appeal 🙂

Annette Johnson – Girl Illustrated Vol.4 No.49 (1970)

Annette Johnson posing on a sheepskin rug from the pages for Girl illustrated Vol.4 No.49 (1970). Looking much better as a darker blonde than the early platinum blonde when she posed for GHM in my opinion.