A shot by Harrison Marks of a naked duo in the garden, with the blonde having a quick squeeze of her friends perky little tit. This still comes from the 1970 GHM film ‘Scouts Honour’, filmed at Ewhurst Manor and features Julie Adams and Delia Thomas (Blonde) laying on the blanket and looking lustfully at her friend! From the same set as this shot.
Frankie Young posed for many of the key photographers back in the 1960’s, including Russell Gay and Harrison Marks. This seems to be a shot by Russell Gay and is the most open and revealing shot I’ve seen of her to date, as she normally keeps her knickers on or poses in a way to hide what lies below!
Frankie posed for GHM in Kameras No.55 (1963), No.56, in which she appears on the cover and No.58. She is the star of Solo No.37 and further photos from earlier shoots were published in Kameras No.69, 73 & 75, and in Kamera Special No.3. She also appears on eight of the large format pages of Harrison Marks’ prestigious hardback coffee table book, ‘She Walks in Beauty’. There are two glamour movies featuring Frankie: No.47 ‘Frankly Frankie’ & No.51 ‘What the Eye Doesn’t See’. I have a copy of the first film, so must dig it out and publish it 🙂
A stunning open view of Frankie!
The start of a new set of images from some recently restored 35mm colour slides featuring Eva Nieman. Kneeling nude and facing the camera we get a great view of her tits and hard nipples as she leans slightly forward. Again, she seems to favour a headband keeping her long blond hair out of her face as she poses. I also notice a wedding ring, so maybe just another housewife earning a little extra back then 🙂
A close-up profile shot of a young Britt Hampshire posing in the studio from a 35mm black and white negative. A beautiful quality shot sent over from Kevin showing off Britt and her pert and puffy pair!
Teri Martine from a restored 35mm slide posing nude with a swing apart from some shades! This was originally a colour slide, but the colours had so badly degraded I had to convert it to black and white. Thankfully it still works as a black and white image.