June & The Plough! (Original)

Sent through be Kevin this is an odd shot of June, not June herself as she always looks good, but the place and backdrop! June looks stunning with long hair and in black panties, but what the hell is that behind her?  It looks like an old-fashioned plough that would be dragged along by horse, but I’m not sure? Surely there were better locations for June to pose than this or maybe it was an advert for agricultural equipment.  In that case I bet this shot sold loads of ploughs 🙂

June Palmer – Moon Shot! (Original)

The seventh and penultimate shot of June from the set of 8 original Harrison Marks glamour slides (Set No.60), which I own. This is also the second of the two shots of June in pink panties posing on the spaceship set from this set.

 

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An Arched View of June (Coloured)

A stunning coloured version of this original shot of June by Stefan Glass by Oldiznewagain.  It’s been a while since I’ve posted one of his coloured versions of June, but this one just stood out!  The skin tones look perfect, add in the cream of the lamp shade and blue of the curtain and the shot just works.

June & The Cowrie Shell Necklace (Original)

Another shot of June in those Red Bikini Bottom’s, but this time a view from below giving us a great view of the cowrie shell necklace hanging magnificently from her sun kissed tits!  Thanks to John for sharing this different view of June.

 

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More June as Joanna (Original)

The third shot from a set of 8 negatives I purchased of June posing in long blonde wig at Scotlee studios in the 1970’s.  This one includes both the bamboo room divider and the sheepskin rug for all you fans of them out there! Very little restoration required as the negatives were very good quality, just a slight colour tweak to cut the reds.

 

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Pamela Green by Bertram Park (Coloured)

One of my favourite early portrait shots of Pamela Green by Bertram Park coloured by Oldiznewagain. I posted the original black and white version of this shot some time ago and thanks to the official Pamela Green site for the image source from this post, which goes into more detail about Bertram Park.

Ann Walker by Terry Sparks, Part 2 (Coloured)

The stunning portrait shot of Ann Walker photographed by Terry Sparks and coloured by Oldiznewagain
It’s very hard to criticize how well Oldiznewagain colours these shots as I couldn’t do anywhere near as good and the skin tones on this shot are exceptional. My only critique of this shot and I’ve mentioned it before on others is that as part of the colouring process he tends to lose some of the skin texture and the freckles on Ann’s face, but I’m just being picky as I love the overall effect as always.

Down in the Dungeon with June (Original)

The fifth shot of June from the set of 8 original Harrison Marks glamour slides (Set No.60).  This negative took more restoring due to a heavy green/magenta tinge to it than the others, but it came up OK. A great shot of June standing nude in the infamous dungeon set with her hands crossed in front of her for modesty!  I recently purchased the 1963/64 Kamera Special ‘The Fabulous June Palmer’ by Harrison Marks and on the inside cover is an advert (below) for slide sets of June by GHM, including set No.60, which is described as a mixed studies set, but also dates the set.