Virginia Green Amongst The Props! (Original)

An unusual shot from an original negative of Virginia Green by Harrison Marks. This has Virginia posing amongst some very familiar props that have appeared numerous times in other shots by GHM. The more important question about this shot is, who’s hand is that in the top right of the shot? Obviously helping with the lighting it’s a female hand with well manicured nails, so possibly Pamela Green helping out?

Not the most obvious shot to buy or post, but I loved it for the fact it has Virginia Green all smooth and uncensored, all the different props in it I can identify and of course the hand! Finally I’m not sure what that is that Virginia Green is barely wearing, but was it worth it?

On checking it looks like this shot was taken around 1960, as other shots of Virgina amongst the props appear on the cover of Kamera No.33 (1960) and colour pages inside.

 

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Eva’s Wild Wallpaper

Eva Wild with dark red lips and perfect nips! Posing for Harrison Marks with the familiar floral wallpaper in the background. With perfect make-up those raised eyebrows and closed lips give a look of strictness about her, but then you realize she’s nude and your focus moves to those tits and hint of bush between her arms.

Wayward Wendy (Original)

A great on location shot of Wendy James from an original negative. Taken in 1966 this shot was taken by Harrison Marks down on Bedruthen beach in Cornwall, with similar shots of Wendy appearing in Kamera on location 1966. This shot gives us a much better view of Wendy than in the publication, as we get to see an uncensored view of her gloriously untouched pussy. Wendy was one of those models that preferred the natural look over the smooth shaven look.  At retouchers nightmare, but heaven for us 🙂

This is a cropped version of one of my own original scanned medium format negatives.

 

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Dawn Grayson – She Shook The Vicar!

Dawn Grayson from the pages of Carnival (July 1965) and the title refers to this post, where Harrison Marks and Dawn clashed with a vicar over a British safety council poster featuring Dawn supporting safety glasses, but not a lot else! What an outrage, as looking at the poster I would object too, the words are obscuring Dawn’s best bits, shocking!

June Simpson – The Curve of Her Hips!

The elegance of June Simpson posing in the studio for Harrison Marks in the late 1950’s.  This shot wasn’t published until 1965 when it appeared in Kamera Special No.5, but I always love how June looks so elegant in the way she poses, although that blanket/skirt looks like it’s about to fall off her hips.