Sylvia Bayo and friend playing topless snooker on the cover of Parade (22nd May 1971) and definitely the only way for girls with assets like that to play snooker! I recently saw a copy of this cover over on Sylvia’s thread on VEF, so thought I’d dig out my copy as it’s about time we had some more Sylvia! Anyone know the other model on the cover?
Even in a wig you cannot mistake this fabulously big busted curvy figure as belonging to anyone else other than 1970’s ebony model Sylvia McFarland.
From a set of published images, the first shot gives you a perfect view of her big round tits as she lays on the bed in just black stockings. The second shot is a little more adventurous as she plays with those big orbs of pleasure and gives us a view of her thick dark bush below! Unmistakably Sylvia!
A stunning rear view shot of an unknown ebony model by Harrison Marks. I’ve posted one shot of this model before here from Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.2, but until recently when I acquired the above negative that was all I had of her. I think it was her perfectly round arse, a stunning figure and wide smile that attracted me to this shot, but still wished I had more of her.
I’m sure she must have appeared in Kamera at some point, but no idea where, so must be one of the missing editions in my collection?
I love Elizabeth Baker from the 1970’s and her massive tits and big black hairy pussy! I think she must be up there with Sylvia McFarland when it comes to favourite ebony models, although Elizabeth tended to do the more explicit pose! The above shot is fabulous as she suns herself with her legs wide apart showing off that thick bush. In the rest of the set you get to see even more of Elizabeth, also known as Sherrice, as she spreads herself with her fingers exposing much more to the camera and the sun, delicious!
A beautiful shot of Sylvia Bayo posing in the bedroom in white panties from an original copy of a 10 by 8 print I own. I’m always looking out for new stuff of Sylvia, so snapped this up when I saw it, as not a shot I’ve seen published anywhere before. No identifying marks on the back of the print other than it has a stamp for Galaxy publications.