Another stunning shot from this set of Tree Nymph, Margaret Nolan by Harrison Marks. The pose and shape of Margaret’s body, along with those great looking tits do it for me and unlike the other shots nothing is left to the imagination in this one! We see a lot more of an uncensored Margaret down below, it looks an odd shape but I assume that’s a trick of the light.
Another excellent, quality image to enjoy and thanks to Andy for sending it over!
Margaret Nolan with longer hair posing for Harrison Marks on a railway line, probably on location down in Cornwall, as he’s used this track and location in shots before with other models. This image of Margaret also seems to come from the same shoot as this shot of her in the forest, as she seems to have the same hair style and make-up.
A stunning shot of Margaret on the tracks and she looks quite young in the shot, but still probably early to mid 1960’s I think?
Note: This is image is from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice.
Another great coloured version from Oldiznewagain, this time from my original post of Margaret Nolan here.
Anna Verdi as Nanette Pouchard from France, appearing as a woodland houri in Heels and Hose Vol.3 No.3 Quarterly edition (1961) covering April/May/June. I had to look up what Houri meant as I hadn’t got a clue with that one, but it means a voluptuously beautiful young woman, or nymph both very apt! This scan along with several others come from Oldtimeerotica over on Tumblr, so thanks to Ads for allowing me to share his scans here.
I also noticed looking through the scans that a number of Harrison Marks models appear in the same magazine, but again under different names, including Dawn Grayson, Cleo Simmons and Lena Ellis to name three. I’ll post those pages soon as well.
Another stunning shot from this set of Tree Nymph, Margaret Nolan by Harrison Marks. The pose and shape of Margaret’s body, along with those great looking tits do it for me! Looks like she could have done with a shave before this shot, but nothing a good retoucher at the time would have hidden, if at all 🙂
Another excellent, quality image to enjoy!