A Cheeky Shot From Lorraine! (Original)

A cheeky little rear view shot of Lorraine Burnett out and about! Lorraine with shot dark hair showing off her dimples as she lifts her white dress to expose her bum to the camera and giving us a different view than we are used to from her. No goofy smile either 🙂

Cindy Neal – Dimples and A Bow! (Original)

A rear view of Cindy Neal looking very delicious on the cottage kitchen set in stockings and suspenders. Several shots of Cindy from this set appeared in Kamera No.88 (1968), but this shot doesn’t seem to be one of them. A rather nice rear shot of Cindy and that dimpled bottom highlighted by the black suspenders belt, but the big polka dot bow seems a little over the top!

June Palmer – Just Call Me Dimples! (Original)

Another of my own scans from an original 35mm Harrison Marks slide, that I’ve tried to restore back to it’s original colour. This is the 2nd shot from the set of 8 original Harrison Marks glamour slides (Set No.60) and features June posing on the infamous Dungeon Set. A visually excellent pose by her, but look at those dimples on her bum!

 

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A Flick Of The Hair From June Is All It Takes!

Another wonderful shot of a nude June from the 1970’s from Minimunster’s June collection.  Who needs props or accessories when a flick of the hair towards the photographer is all it takes! June showing off those dimples again!



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Nice Dimples June!


Another original shot of JP taken by Arthur Howell, probably late 1960’s
that I’ve never seen before.*  Converted from a medium format 120 film negative and all I’ve done to the shot is tidy up some dirt on the image and tweaked the colour (originally a sepia colour).
 
I’m really pleased to be sharing these unique shots, as I think they should be shared but please where possible if you share elsewhere link back to this original.

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