Now for a shot from my all time favourite set featuring Dawn Grayson and she’s not even nude! I’ve been in love with this different set of images of Dawn since I started collection memorabilia of Dawn and I’ve been searching for originals from this set since then. I originally came across several shots of Dawn from this set in Spick & Span Extra No.31 and loved it. There is something about seeing Dawn in a bath full of water still partially dressed in her wet underwear and stockings and she just looks so damn sexy. I’m sure it wasn’t as sexy and exciting as it looked in reality, but she sure pulled it off well.
Anyway I finally got hold of one of the original medium format negatives as you see above, but would love to get hold of more, but they seem very hard to come by for some reason. Anyway if anyone knows where I can get hold of the others or even high res digital scans of the originals I would be eternally grateful. Dawn at her sexiest in my mind 🙂
Another profile shot of Dawn Grayson from a beautiful 35mm colour negative of Dawn posing in her gold dress on a black background similar to this shot in the same dress. What a stunning look she has and love the simple make-up as she looks over her shoulder 🙂
Someone mentioned Duo’s and Trio’s of models posing together and here is a perfect duo in the shapely forms of Dawn Grayson and Cindy Neal. From an original strip of 35mm black and white negative this shot was taken at the Norland Astoria Studio in 1967 of the two girls. Both look fabulous sat on the sofa topless, especially Cindy who is looking directly at the camera.
There are plenty of shots out there of models posing together and I have loads, so maybe as suggested I should try and find some way of listing all the Duo’s, Trio’s and more if that interests anyone?
Another day and another profile shot of Dawn Grayson, but this time a beautiful 35mm colour negative of Dawn posing in her gold dress on a red background. What a stunning look and smile as she looks over her shoulder 🙂
Believe it or not, not all of my collection are nudes or glamour related. I also have a large collection of ‘normal’ shots of my favourite models posing for standard profile shots or just dressed!
Dawn Grayson is one such model I just collect everything of her, nude or not. This black and white shot of Dawn (Kay Kirkham) is one such stunning example. This is a scan of an original 35mm negative from a seller over in the US and hasn’t been cropped in any way, but clearly shows the sculpted beauty of Dawn’s face framed by her naturally wavy auburn hair. I have several from this set and all are close-up profile shots and all show off Dawn’s beauty.
Another shot of Dawn Grayson posing nude on the chequered or square infinity set and taken by Harrison Marks. A very nice kneeling pose by Dawn showing off her body and small perky tits and just a hint of something below, although I can’t make out if it’s smooth or stubble due to the shadowing 😉
The magnificent Dawn Grayson at her best by Harrison Marks. A simple pose from Dawn on the sofa at GHM’s flat, but sometimes it’s the simple things that appeal the most and this certainly does that. Harrison Marks used Dawn on many occasions on many different shoots and sets but this shot and this set has to be my favourite from them both. Many of the shots from this set went on to appear in Solo No.43 (1964) and this shot also appeared on a poster for ‘Key Strip’ here.
This shot also appeared in Kamera No.65 P19 (1965) pretty much cropped as you see it here, except this is direct from the negative in my collection. Simply Dawn at her best 🙂
Time for one of my favourite shots from a set of Dawn Grayson originals, where she is posing in front of a red curtained background. She looks stunning in this closer cropped shot with her typical wavy red hair, red lipstick, small perky boobs and a rather cheeky little look contrasting perfectly with the red background.
Unfortunately this is the 4th shot of 5 that I have from this set, and I’ve been unable to find or acquire any others. There must have been plenty more out there, as this is a Kodachrome slide numbered No.21, so I’ll keep looking.