Dawn Grayson & Gloria Lomax as Melissa & Jenny from the US publication ‘Girl Friends’, appearing both on the cover and a small 3 page article titled The Inseparables!
Funnily enough both girls were friends or knew each other in real life and originally came from Luton, travelling up on the train to London for modelling jobs. Nice to see them appearing together in these photo’s although I do have an original of them posing together with a third model posted here. Not sure about the dodgy wig Gloria seems to be wearing in these shots, I assume it’s a wig!
Beneath the obvious blonde wig and gloriously naked is none other than Gloria Lomax from a restored 10 by 8 print published by Russell Gay. Kneeling in an armchair with all her charms on show, I’m not quite sure what the blonde wig was all about, but it takes very little away from the stunning view of Gloria 🙂
A restored 35mm colour slide of Gloria Lomax (Donna Ambrose) as she poses in the studio with a blue sheer curtain as a backdrop. I love Gloria’s figure, not as full as some of the other models I post on here, but still in proportion with a nice small round pair of boobs. Obviously this slide was only produced for the private market rather than published as it’s been left uncensored and showing Gloria’s smooth shaved nether region. Fabulous colours in this slide, with little fading or restoring required to bring Gloria back to her full glory!
Another shot of Gloria Lomax posing at the top of a staircase at Walden Manor by Harrison Marks. The other shot I’ve published is here, and I assume it is from the same shoot as the hair style is the same and as she is wearing the same earrings? I also believe that this colour shot of Gloria is also from the same shoot, but I’ve incorrectly identified the location as Ewhurst rather than Walden. All three shots are fabulous and give us great views of Gloria 🙂
Note: This is image is from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice.
Gloria Lomax from a restored 10 by 8 print sent over by Kevin. I have several colour 35mm slides of Gloria from this set, but unfortunately the quality of the slides is very poor, so it’s good to see a good version (even in black and white) of one of these shots.