Well It Is December! (Original)

Well it is December and time for the ramp up of all things Christmas related, unless you are one of those sad individuals that’s already had their Xmas decorations up for weeks! A slow ramp up here with the odd related image such as this beauty. An unknown model posing with Santa mask and a rather large candy cane from the 1950’s and I wouldn’t mind finding her under my tree Christmas morning!

Happy Christmas & 2 Years Old!

Another year has zipped past, and it’s been 2 years since I started this dedicated site to June Palmer and I can’t believe it! In those 2 years I’ve published over 580 images of June through-out her career and beyond, most of them original never before seen shots ranging from dressed shots of her early in her career to later nude shots in her 40’s and beyond. The images I see of June continue to surprise and excite me, and I’m still coming across June content I never knew existed!

I have a few people to thank for their continued support of this site, as without them I’m sure it wouldn’t be as popular as it is. Firstly John W, whose dedication to June through his own huge June archive have helped make this site what it is, without his continued support I wouldn’t have seen or shared half the original June images on this site. Secondly, a big thanks to all the other fans and photographers that have shared their own images and memories of June, including Itsgardin, Re and others that wish to remain anonymous.

Finally all that is left to say is thank you and I hope you all have a very Happy Christmas and New Year and I look forward to sharing more Just June with you in 2016.

Happy Christmas & 1 Year Old!

Where did that year go! A quick note to say that it’s been a year since I started this dedicated site to June Palmer and I can’t believe it! In that time I’ve published over 360 images of June through-out her career and beyond, most of them original never before seen shots ranging from candid holiday shots to early nude shots.  I’ve made many new contacts that have both known and photographed June, all of whom have provided stories and their own images of her.  The site continues to grow and go from strength to strength and to think I worried if I should do this a year ago as there wouldn’t be enough interest. The images I see of June continue to surprise and excite me, and she is as popular now as she ever was to her fans.

I have a few people to thank for their continued support of this site, as without them I’m sure it wouldn’t be as popular. Firstly John W, whose dedication to June through his own work of her, both images and video’s and his huge June archive have helped make this site what it is, without his continued support I wouldn’t have seen or shared half the original June images this last 12 months. Secondly a big thanks to all the other fans and photographers that have shared their own images of June, including Itsgardin, Oldiznewagain, Minimunster and others that wish to remain anonymous.  Here’s to another fruitful 12 months of the fabulous June Palmer.

Finally all that is left to say is thank you and I hope you all have a very Happy Christmas and New Year and I look forward to sharing more Just June with you in 2015.

Xmas Cracker – Dolores Alverez

Even more muff from today’s Xmas Cracker, this time ear muffs!  Dolores Alverez by Harrison Marks amongst the baubles from the back page of Fiesta Spring Special (1957), yes Spring!  Posing with yet another strategically placed hand warmer!

Xmas Cracker – Nicky Stevens

Today’s Xmas Cracker is Nicky Stevens from the pages of Rogue Magazine Vol.20 No.15 (December, 1968). Posing in nothing more than matching hat, hand warmer and boots next to a post box! That reminds me must post my Xmas cards before it’s too late!

Enjoy today’s cracker!

Xmas Cracker – Rosalie Peters

I thought I’d do a few Christmas related posts on the run up to the festive season. I’ll try and do one a day until Christmas Eve, with something new on that day 🙂

Let’s kick things off with Rosalie Peters keeping her extremities warm in the snow, apart from two things! The snowman looks particularly happy, but so would you stood that close behind a naked Rosalie Peters!  This set of shots probably came from the ‘Kamera Winter Special’ (1967) or from a later Kamera edition, such as Kamera No.79 (also 1967) where Rosalie appears on the cover with the snowman again!