Another page from Nylon Flash No.19 of Sylvia Bayo and friend stripping out of their underwear. The contrast of Sylvia in white panties against the other model in black panties works perfectly. The opposing underwear colours and skin tones highlight the assets of each other throughout and here you can see the perfect example of black and white contrast, with Sylvia showing off her friends round white bum with black panties pulled down.
I now have a complete edited version of Nylon Flash No.19, with the full magazine including a full 48 pages of Sylvia and friend stripping out of their underwear and members can see the full magazine here.
It’s been a while since I posted a Teri Martine shot, but this is worth the wait! A stunning colour shot straight from the negative of Teri posing on the Lantern Cottage set by Harrison Marks. Typical 1960’s make-up and hairstyle of the time along with the fabulous naked figure of Teri and all in perfect colour, delicious!
I have several sets of different models from the 1970’s by Edmund Leja, Larry Caye and others that show sweet looking girls posing demurely dressed or topless at the start of the sets, but as the sets progress it’s obvious these sweet young things aren’t as innocent as they look! So I thought I’d start a few posts of these sets entitle ‘Good Girls Gone Bad’ highlighting both the good and bad side of these girls!
First up is Kathy Willings by Edmund Leja, who looks very sweet and innocent in the first image, but soon shows her true colours and much more for the camera towards the end of the set. Members can see the full spread of Kathy that leaves nothing to the imagination and makes you wonder how Edmund managed to persuade these girls to do such things!
More ‘Good Girls Gone Bad’ coming soon 😉
Another new model from Howard Roark in the fine form of Suzette Devon in the studio. A great shot of this perky model pulling down her white panties to reveal her highlighted bush below and another model with tan lines, as most models from HR seemed to be tanned. It must have been the location, as he seemed to be based in California, so plenty of sun for these girls to enjoy and highlight the white bits for us 🙂
A beautiful shot of Anna Verdi from Coral No.54 by Russell Gay posing in the garden in black panties. Wonderful shot of another favourite and I sometimes forget to look through my magazine collection for shots such as this as I tend to focus on the prints and negatives I have, as the quality is better. I’ll try and remember to post a few more from the magazine collection 🙂
A beautiful shot of Rita by Murray Wren posing on the pool steps at Eureka Naturist Club in the 1970’s. This is another scan of an original print from John’s collection of which there are several shots of Rita.
Murray Wren edited H&E for much of the 1970’s and contributed photographs for many years more, as well as being a friend of Leslie Bainbridge. It was whilst searching for Murray I came across The Murray Wren Photo Archive which showcases his work over the years, plus it has many galleries of his work and some of the models that posed for him. That is where I came across similar shots of Rita and was able to identify the location as Eureka, plus several other recognizable models including Vicky Ashley and Sally Dixon.
What a fabulous naturist shot of Rita this is showing of her fabulous figure and smooth mound, perfect and thanks again to John for sharing his collection!
Starting off 2019 with a restored print of the fabulous Margaret Nolan. Posing beside a door in an open dressing gown showing off her fantastic figure in just a corset it’s a stunning shot of Margaret I’d not come across before. Although not showing off her body fully we do see most of her great tits and just a hint of stubble below!
Happy New year to everyone and normal service now resumed 😉
It wouldn’t be a Kamera Xmas Calendar if it didn’t have an appearance by the Ravishing Roberta Pedon in it! This shot was one of many to appear in Sam Magazine published in the US in the 1970’s and although not directly credited for the shot I believe this was by Howard Roark.