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 🙂
Another stunning shot of this unknown ebony model by Harrison Marks posing in the studio. What a fabulous voluptuous curvy figure she has as she kneels with arms up for the camera 🙂
The first image I posted here actually appeared in Kamera No. 47 P10 (1962) and is one of my missing editions, so no idea if this shot also appeared?
Thanks to MadMax who has confirmed that this image also appeared in Kamera No.47 on P42.
I openly admit I’m a huge fan of Sylvia Bayo (Lucienne Camille) as I just love her figure and those incredible tits and nipples! I try and collect anything of hers for my collection when I see it, but her stuff is so difficult to find out there.
Here is a good copy of her appearance in Mayfair Magazine Vol. 5 No.1 (January 1970), plus a copy of an advert from Mayfair Vol.6 No.5 (May 1971). The main feature shows Sylvia posing in and around the bedroom and I believe, but I may be mistaken that the shots were taken by Terry Sparks? The shot of her in white string vest and the advert come from stills of the Mayfair Film ‘Girl Friday’ which I’ve already posted here. You can’t beat a bit of Bayo and my favourite shots from this have to be the string vest with those tits and nipples sticking out and the view of her fabulous arse from beind with the red top hitched up, perfect!
A stunning shot of an unknown ebony model by Harrison Marks. What a fabulous curvy figure she has as she leans forward for the camera and one of the few ebony models that GHM used in the 1960’s along with Sylvia Bayo, Veronica Diemen and a few others 🙂
Thanks to MadMax this image actually appeared in Kamera No. 47 P10 (1962) and is one of my missing editions, so no wonder I didn’t recognize the shot 🙂
As I’m going to be selling one of my contact sheets of Sylvia shortly I thought I’d post a shot from one of the the other sheets that I’ve already edited. A fantastic shot of Sylvia laying back naked in an armchair that for some reason makes those big tits of hers look even bigger! A beautiful view of everything that’s good about Sylvia 🙂
Another page from Nylon Flash No.19 of Sylvia Bayo and friend stripping out of their underwear. The contrast of Sylvia in white panties against the other model in black panties works perfectly. The opposing underwear colours and skin tones highlight the assets of each other throughout and here you can see the perfect example of black and white contrast, with Sylvia showing off her friends round white bum with black panties pulled down.
I now have a complete edited version of Nylon Flash No.19, with the full magazine including a full 48 pages of Sylvia and friend stripping out of their underwear and members can see the full magazine here.
Another original from my collection of Sylvia McFarland and her massive tits and pussy from the 1970’s! This time sat with one leg over the arm of the chair giving us a glorious shot of her pussy, but a bit of a snarl on her face, so probably not a shot that got published, but still magnificent.
An original still of the stunning Virginia Jones on the set of the 1970 Harrison Marks glamour film Cous Cous. This particular shot gives a great side full length view of her perfect body highlighted by the gold chain around her waist and necklaces around her neck. Not a very politically correct film now, not that many of GHM’s films ever were!