Hyldagarde The Slave Girl

Hyldagarde (Hilde Beck) on the set of the Glamour Film ‘Favourites of the Pharoes, Episode 3 – The Slave Market’ from 1966.  Another great shot showing an uncensored view of the models from Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 ‘A Series of Natural Art Studies’

June Palmer on Everyones Favourite Sheepskin Rug (Original)

I was looking for some inspiration for a colour image when the following image popped up from John W to save the day!  


The amount of brilliant June content that John provides, I sometimes have to control myself not to publish it all in one go! Fortunately when I saw this one I just had to edit and publish it there and then!  Not only do we see a gorgeous June in all her glory (including some bush!), but the infamous sheepskin rug makes a re-appearance. 

These photo’s of an older June continue to amaze me and although they show more of June than ever, it amazes me how she cleverly poses herself so that she never reveals too much!  None of those legs wide open shots showing everything from our June, that became so popular with everyone else in the 1970’s.  Not that you would expect it from June either.

Enjoy!




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Suzi Shane

Suzi was one of the later batch of models to appear in Kamera towards the end of its run and she appeared in Kamera No.82 and No.84 (Cover), where she appears with shorter hair and on the dungeon set. She also starred in Solo No.56.


The above shot was taken on the living room set at Lily Place Studio’s around 1967.  The long negligee/gown is a very familiar one and worn by many of the models at some point, but probably most recognisable when worn by Monique Devereux.  Another uncensored shot from the pages of Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 ‘A Series of Natural Art Studies’.

The Serene Sue Owen

A very serene and natural Sue Owen with dark hair.  A beautiful pose captured by Harrison Marks and published in Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 ‘A Series of Natural Art Studies’ in 1969.

Neva vs Sissi – Battle of The Bush!

Not sure of the two who had the biggest natural bush, either way it must have been an editing nightmare back then to hide it all for the censors!

Here we have Neva posing on the ‘Lantern Cottage’ set letting her hair down and showing it all and Sissi Mississippi at one with nature in the grounds of Ewhurst Manor.

Sissi on the other hand was always au natural and as a strip artist from Italy always refused to get rid of her magnificent bush (rightly so!). This was more common with continental models, where showing such plumage was more accepted.

Both images were published by Harrison Marks in Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 ‘A Series of Natural Art Studies’ in 1969.  For me I think Sissi edges it on sheer mass, but both look magnificent!

Thanks to Madmax for identifying the top model as Neva and not Velma Loftus!