A very domineering look from Virginia Jones as she poses for Harrison Marks from a scan of an original negative that popped up today. God knows what was going on in this shot, but Virginia reminds me of some stern dominatrix (so I’ve been told 😉 ) ready to had out punishment with that whip for all the naughty boys out there! Just looking at it makes me feel very subservient. Taken in the late 1960’s it was an obvious precursor for Harrison Marks and his foray into his bondage/spanking period!
It’s still a rather fabulous shot of Virginia in that leather gear, if a little different from the usual shots of her and a little scary!
Rosalie Peters on the Winter Set by Harrison Marks and from an original negative scan. A beautiful shot of Rosalie in just bobble hat, gloves and long blonde wig showing off her great body and hint of light coloured bush. No wonder the snowman has a big grin on his face, so would you with Rosalie rubbing up against you like that! Definitely something to warm you up on a cold winters day 🙂
Frankie Young posed for many of the key photographers back in the 1960’s, including Russell Gay and Harrison Marks. This seems to be a shot by Russell Gay and is the most open and revealing shot I’ve seen of her to date, as she normally keeps her knickers on or poses in a way to hide what lies below!
Frankie posed for GHM in Kameras No.55 (1963), No.56, in which she appears on the cover and No.58. She is the star of Solo No.37 and further photos from earlier shoots were published in Kameras No.69, 73 & 75, and in Kamera Special No.3. She also appears on eight of the large format pages of Harrison Marks’ prestigious hardback coffee table book, ‘She Walks in Beauty’. There are two glamour movies featuring Frankie: No.47 ‘Frankly Frankie’ & No.51 ‘What the Eye Doesn’t See’. I have a copy of the first film, so must dig it out and publish it 🙂
A stunning open view of Frankie!
Rosalie Peters wearing just a bobble hat, boots and gloves from Kamera No.79 P28 (1967). I couldn’t resist scanning and posting this from my new collection of Kamera magazines, as the theme seemed quite appropriate on the run up to Xmas.
A beautifully posed shot of Rosalie, but I could never understand the need for the long blonde wig? Rosalie also appears on the cover of Kamera No.79 along with 15 other pages, including two colour shots in the centre pages. All are snow themed or taken on the Winter/Festive set by Harrison Marks, so one does wonder if this was the December edition from 1967?
Well winter has finally landed in the UK this week with the first real hard frosts and snow in places. So this original image of June dressed in gloves, boots and sheepskin coat seems appropriate today.
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