Jenny From Down The Lane! (1968)

Jenny Lane posing on the Casbah set from Kamera No.88 (1968). A nice body, but not the most attractive of models to pose for GHM and an awful bit of retouching in this shot, especially as she had a nice lush pussy on show in some of the uncensored shots I have.

Pam & Jean – Through The Square Windows! (Original)

A different view on things in more than one way, with a shot of Pamela Green and Jean Spaul (Sporle) posing for Harrison Marks as they hang out of the window nude! A very simple but effective shot of Pam and Jean and I love the curve of Pam’s hips in this shot and clever use of the reflection, making it look as though we see the both sides of her figure. I don’t recall seeing this shot being used in Kamera, but I may be wrong? Thanks to Simon for a cracking shot of these two and I even got a Playschool reference in the title. I must get extra points for that!

 

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Wendy Luton – A Buick View! (Original)

Wendy Luton posing on the boot of yet another Buick out on location. Taken by Harrison Marks, Wendy looks as alluring as ever, but I’m just not sure what she is doing with her hands, beating her chest or directing traffic 🙂

 

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Virginia Green – A Peachy Rear View! (1960)

Virginia Green from Solo No.15 P10 (1960) giving us a shot of her rear view! What a fabulous round and peachy arse she has in this shot as she leans forward over the dressing table. We also get a two for one in this shot, as we get to see a front view of Virginia as well 🙂

Sylvana Manto By Philip Gotlop (Original)

Another shot from the collection of original Philip Gotlop prints sent over by Paul from Firebird Records, but this time the model is recognisable, especially if you follow this site. The model so beautifully highlighted by the light and shadows is non other than Sylvana Manto (Madelaine Bannister). A stunning shot of her by Philip and I do wonder why his early glamour work has gone mostly unnoticed or avoided rather than his more popular work? Maybe as he became more popular he didn’t want to be associated with this side of his photography, but we all have to start somewhere!

 

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