This shot of Bobby Shaw originally appeared in Kamera No.77 P40 (1966), which I published a scanned version of here. This is the original version directly from the negative from my collection, which gives you a much clearer view of Bobby’s boobs and not as cropped as the published version 🙂
Bobby Shaw (Laurie Sands aka Julie Desmond) posing for Harrison Marks kneeling on a sheepskin rug in front of that bizarre background. Ever time I see it I’m reminded of the yellow brick road for some reason! Fabulous shot of Bobby showing off her lush bush and from the same set as this shot. Thanks as always to Kevin for this shot of Bobby from an original negative 🙂
I saw this shot over on Magoothings on Tumblr and instantly recognised the model as Bobby Shaw and the location as one of the bedrooms at Ewhurst Manor. The bedroom has appeared from various angles in many other shots including these, as the headboard is rather distinguishable. Also a great shot of Bobby Shaw on all fours, showing off her bare round bum and her tits hanging down seen through her sheer black negligee.
Bobby Shaw (Laurie Sands aka Julie Desmond) or whatever her name was, was another multi-talented, multi-named model that appeared in numerous publications during the 1960’s and 70’s. Appearing in multiple ToCo publications such as Spick, Span and Beautiful Britons, she also went on to pose for Harrison Marks in the later Kamera editions and various other glamour publications including Girl Illustrated. She is easily recognisable by the beauty spot/mole above her lip (Which I believe was real) as seen in the above shot, which is from Kamera No.81 (1967). One source puts her date of birth as 1950, which if my maths is correct would make her 17 in this shot, which seems a little young looking at her, but I’m awful at guessing ages, so I may be wrong!
There was only ever going to be one title for this post 🙂 and also to celebrate the fact I can show Bobby’s magnificent bush without fear of censorship from big brother now! Bobby Shaw in all her glory from the pages of Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 (1969), plenty of bush and bark on show in this shot!