Another visually stunning shot of the seductive Julie (Shearing) from Solo No.4 P8 (1958) by Harrison Marks. This time she is kneeling nude on a sheepskin rug with her hair up, but the trademark big dangly earrings are still there 🙂
I’m having a bit of a Solo session if you hadn’t guessed!
Julie (Shearing) covering her lower region with a towel from an image from Solo No.4 P14 (1958) by Harrison Marks and totally dedicated to images of Julie. We know from previous uncensored images of Julie here, that the towel had plenty to cover!
Another visually stunning shot of the seductive Julie (Shearing) from Solo No.4 (1958) by Harrison Marks. There is something about the make-up and highlights in the hair that give her a Cruella de Vil sort of look 🙂
The visually stunning and equally seductive Julie (Shearing) from Solo No.4 (1958) by Harrison Marks. Julie has to be one of the most exotic looking models that posed for GHM, even though she originated from London and this set of her is no exception. I love the use of the fishing net and once again she’s wearing a set of big earrings, which seems to be part of her signature look. Shots from this same set also appeared in later GHM publications such as Kamera no.7 and Kamera No.40.
Another Harrison Marks model that seems to favour big dangly ones (Earrings) is Julie Shearing, as seen in this original print of her from Oxxbridge again. A different angled shot this time, as she leans back against the flora wallpaper giving us a side profile of her earrings and body. What is also visible are the streaks in her hair, that she seems to favour in most shots I’ve seen of her. They look good, but tend to make her look older than she was and give her a Cruella de Vil type of look, but not so obvious!
Note: This image is scanned from an original print and subject to this copyright notice
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.
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.
Julie (Shearing) from Kamera No.9 P3 (1958) staring straight at the camera as though she can read your mind and know what you are looking at! In this instance she’d be right as how could you not look at Julie’s curves and bobs in this shot! Taken at GHM’s flat, the bookcase has an interesting selection of reading material and you can’t read up enough on retouching 🙂
Julie (Shearing) posing nude on a leopardskin rug from Kamera Special No.1 P92 (1957). I love Julie and this pose is no different, in the way she is leaning forward giving us a great view of her curves and the shape of those boobs, as she looks sideways at the camera, beautiful! I still find it fascinating, that although she looks so Latinesque she was an English beauty through and through, looks as they say can be deceptive.
Something to keep you going whilst I sort out the site hosting and a much better view than me ranting 🙂 Julie (Shearing) posing in the living room of GHM’s Gerrard Street flat from Kamera Special No.4 (1964)
Site Update: We’re on the move as I have found some hosting and in the progress of moving the site and content across. Thankfully all the content and comments was easy to move, but the site design and links work differently so I’m having to check through things! Hopefully I’ll have things up and running in a few days and then the site will be free from the clutches of Google and it’s American puritanism, hypocrisy and draconian views! No offence meant to my American followers 🙂
I’ll keep you posted and thanks to everyone for all the support you have shown in whatever format over the last few days, it is and always will be appreciated.