A very tempting view from the instantly recognizable Bobby Shaw on location in one of the bedrooms at Ewhurst Manor. The bedroom has appeared from various angles in many other shots, but this is a different view for sure.
I love this shot as there’s nothing obvious in it from a nudity point of view, but more about the suggestion implied. I love the way she is kneeling over the stool with those black panties not quite up or down and the finger in her mouth and look on her face. So tempting and very suggestive from Bobby, as if she’s wondering what she should do next! Love it!
A busty shot of Julie Collins by Harrison Marks scanned from an original colour medium format negative. Love the classic 1960’s hairstyle Julie is sporting, but love her big tits even more, especially the way she has her arms up either side framing them in a sort of way. Not that they needed highlighting as they a big enough 🙂
The final shot in my collection of ‘Ronnie’ from a film still of the Harrison Marks 1971 glamour film ‘Tailor Made’. Ronnie obviously being non other than Veronica Diemen.
I love the whole composition of these shots, from the way she is stood with that red dress open exposing her big tits and dark pussy, to the way she looks over her shoulder at her reflection in the mirror. So much going on you don’t know where to look next (apart from the obvious places!). The hands on the hips work as well for two reasons, it keeps the dress open for us to see her body, but also cleverly manages to hide a scar Veronica has on her lower right side, which you can just see in this other shot.
A fabulous view of Veronica and members get to see the full medium format version, which shows off a lot more of the scenery behind her 🙂
A beautiful colour shot of Rosalie Peters on the village set at Lily Place by Harrison Marks and another rare shot of her without the blonde wig. This version comes direct from the negative and shows the completely uncensored version with Rosalie showing off a very fine covering of recently grown hair over her very neat and tidy mound and her small perky tits. If you look closely you can see an obvious appendix scar as well.
Members get to see the full medium format version, which shows off more of the market place set and those multicoloured windows 🙂
A shot of model Linda Butler also better known as Georgina Wilson who appeared in Magazine Vol.14 No.8 (Aug 1979), which I posted here. I love this set of her posing on the leather armchair and stripping, with this shot being at the beginning of the set and of which I have several shots direct from the negatives thanks to Kevin.
This set appeared in several magazines in the late 1970’s including several magazines for the connoisseur of big tits such as Big Topps, Busty+ and Busty Babes. She also went on to appear in many other more mainstream mens mags such as Club, Mayfair, Men Only and seemed to be a very popular model in 1979. Linda seems to have kept things on the edge of softcore modelling, although I also have a set of contact sheets that seem to suggest she may have agreed to go further at some point 😉
A stunning shot of redheaded beauty Ann Wilson shot by Harrison Marks perched on his White Buick outside at Ewhurst Manor. I particularly like this shot of Ann as it’s a great pose showing off her figure and very small perky tits, but also I love the red colour of her hair in this shot as it makes a perfect contrast against her pale skin and darker background.
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!
The fabulous figure of Terry Graham as she poses kneeling on a sheepskin rug in front of a fireplace. This comes from a set of original negatives, which I now have 12 images from and those I’ve published so far from the set can be seen here. This is a stunning shot and the quality of it is so good it could have been taken today rather than over 50 years ago!