Maria Clarence from Solo No.29 (1963) in a studio pose for Harrison Marks. This shot has the beauty shot and all included although the pubic region was still heavily retouched.
I originally published a version of this image under the title ‘Shattered Glass’ in June 2013 when I came across the image of Dawn and it was instantly a favourite. Well now I’ve found where it came from and have an original copy, as above. It was originally published in ‘Ed Alexander Photographs English Beauties’ on page 84, where he describes expressions of the face can change the mood of a photograph.
Incidentally I prefer this version to the first I found, as it looks better in black and white and Dawn looks good with a beauty spot!
Some more tri-colour goodness from the pages of Parade! This time it’s the alluring Sophia Dawn in various stages of undress without actually getting undressed. This double paged spread was from Parade No.1201 (15th December, 1962) and my favourite shot must be the one directly above, where she nearly got all her kit off!
There was something about the sheer elegance of Sophia Dawn that just does it for me. The lips, eyes and the beauty spot and that’s before getting any further than her face!
Another original scan of mine!
Note: All images, original or otherwise have been carefully edited and restored where required and a lot of effort has gone into this and may be subject to this copyright notice. Please feel free to share, but kindly link back to this original if sharing elsewhere, Many Thanks! – Wonder