Bea Bea’s Stunning Outlook!

Bea Bea Chu-Chu taken by Harrison Marks in one of the bay windows at his flat in 1969. A fabulous view of both Bea Bea’s figure and out the window, but I know which I prefer to look at. She does have rather a larger pair of tits on her, not Paula Page large but still large. Though I don’t think they stand out as much because they still look in proportion with the rest of her curvy figure, plus there’s not a lot of sag in this pair! Great figure and hips, as well as the natural look below, although not overly hairy compared to some!

Lounging Around with Julie! (1964)

Two shots of Julie (Shearing) lounging around in the lounge of GHM’s flat from the pages of Kamera Special No.4 (1964). This shot of Julie and a couple of colour Pamar slides I have are also from this same set, but out of these two I prefer the top shot.

Kamera No.27 Cover (1959)

One of my favourite early Kamera covers featuring Pamela Green and Jean Spaul (Sporle) posing in the living room of GHM’s flat. Not much more you need to say about it really, other than it’s a classic cover and even today has an elegance and style about it that can’t be replicated.

Eve’s Off The Shoulder Look! (1958)

A stunning shot of Eve Eden by Harrison Marks from Kamera No.13 P8 (1958), taken in his flat at Gerrard Street and for a set of 5 photo’s that all appear in the same edition of Kamera. This has to be a favourite as a simple but effective pose.

Julie – Frosted View (1958)

Another timeless shot of Julie (Shearing) posing in the living room of GHM’s flat with what looks to be a frosted window in the background, probably a hatch between the kitchen and living room? This came from Kamera No.9 P20 (1958), which also features Julie on the cover and 9 internal pages including the colour double page centrefold of her.

Eve Eden – Covered For Modesty! (1958)

Eve Eden (Rosa Domaille) from the pages of Kamera No.13 P18 (1958) in wonderful figure hugging corset, white frilly panties and stockings, trying to hide those beautiful tits from the camera. One of five shots of Eve that appears in No.13 and taken by Harrison Marks in his flat.