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.

A is for Annette (Xmas Calendar)

Day two of the calender and this one belongs to Annette Johnson from later in her career after the Harrison Marks period with darker hair. This shot of her giving her tits a squeeze comes from an SBS publication ‘Storm’, but I’ve forgotten which edition, although images from the same shoot appear in Storm No.3

Annette Johnson – Pond-side Pose!

A dark haired Annette Johnson from the late 1960’s posing for the camera on the edge of what looks like a rockery or pond.  I’m glad to see the photographer provided a cushion for her to sit on, otherwise that hard rock could have been quite uncomfortable on her bits!

Annette Johnson – A Right Fruity One! (1964)

OK, I’ll openly admit that Annette Johnson isn’t one of my favourite models, but don’t ask me to explain why because I can’t really put a finger on why I don’t like her, I just don’t compared to others. Saying that the shots of her taken by Harrison Marks are some of the better ones I’ve seen of her, plus those by Ed Alexander and this shot is a good example. Taken by Harrison Marks outside Ewhurst Manor, this is one of four shots of her that appear in the hardback book ‘She Walks in Beauty’ (1964). All four shots are located in the grounds of Ewhurst, which is unusual in that nearly almost all of the photo’s in SWiB are taken on location down in Devon, apart from a small sub-set based at Ewhurst.

This shot is outside the front of Ewhurst, as you can see the driveway, but what is more bizarre about the shot, other than Annette’s pose, is the bowl of fruit on the ground in front of her! What’s that all about? It also looks like the retouchers had a field day hiding her nether region and did a poor job! Despite all of the above Annette doesn’t look too bad in the shot 🙂

Annette Johnson – A Platinum Rear! (Original)

If I’m honest Annette Johnson isn’t one of my favourite models, but I do prefer her when she was a platinum blonde in the mid 1960’s. This is a shot of her from an original negative scanned by Kevin and although I’m not sure about the location, there is another shot of Annette on this wall that appears in Lenz No.3 by Ken Williams. Nice shot of her looking over her shoulder in black panties and stockings though!

A More Revealing Annette Johnson

A more revealing and risqué shot of Annette Johnson posing in front of a fireplace giving us a complete view of her body, including her smooth pubic region. A great shot, but I’m not sure the photographer realized about the plaster on her big toe or forgot to retouch it out!

A Sultry Looking Annette Johnson

Annette Johnson in long dark wig on a seaside set by Russell Gay. Annette had so many different hairstyles, wigs under so many different pseudo-names it’s easy to miss a shot of her, but this is definitely one of her from the 1950’s glamour book.

Annette Johnson – A Blonde in White High Heels

I must admit that although Annette Johnson was very popular through-out her career in the 1960’s and beyond and appeared in numerous publications I’m not a big fan! Saying that the above image is probably one of my favourites of her and I much prefer her early stuff with GHM than some of the later images. There are also some great images of her by Ed Alexander and I have a thing for blondes, so prefer her as above when she had the long blonde hair.

This images comes from Lenz No.3 and was taken by Ken Williams and she sure had a great pair of legs on her!

A Medley of Models

Here’s a new one to me from the pages of Mayfair Magazine Vol.1 No.4 (December 1966) a line up of well know 1960’s models. Unless I am mistaken from left to right we have Lee Southern (Grace Jackson), Dawn Grayson, Teri Martine, Unknown, Bobby Shaw and finally Annette Johnson. Sorry I can’t place the lovely in red, but she looks familiar, but not a regular on here, anyone put me out of my misery and name her?
 
Thanks must go to Dasduffer over on VEF for scanning and sharing this, along with some new Dawn Grayson and Teri Martine material from early Mayfair issues, which I hope to share here soon.