A Cheeky One From Terry Peters (Original)

Scanned from my original negative a cheeky rear view shot of Terry Peters kneeling on a rug in front of the fireplace at Ewhurst Manor. When I saw this shot of a young Terry for sale I had to go for it, as I just loved the composition of the shot with the way she was kneeling and looking over her shoulder. Kneel as she is with her bum resting on her heels gives it such a great shape and view I couldn’t resist. You will also notice as this is straight from the negative it’s not been retouched for publication and we get to see more between her open legs than we would normally!

I must have a gap in my Kamera editions as I don’t recollect seeing this shot of Terry, but I do know there is a whole set of Terry and Jayne Tracey at Ewhurst that look to have been taken at the same time. Regardless a superb original shot of Terry 🙂

 

Note: This is an original image and subject to this copyright notice

A Soapy Suzanne! (Xmas Calendar)

Another favourite and first time appearance on this site is non other than Suzanne Pritchard, the 1970’s American model with an extremely large pair of tits on her! This image needs no introduction or explanation as I think it’s pretty obvious what she’s doing here, but it works for me! 🙂

Hazel’s Hanging Fruits! (Xmas Calendar)

A colour shot of Hazel Taylor (Ann Dixon) with the toga like dress and grapes hanging down.  Hazel looking rather glam with her hair up from the 1950’s Glamour Book that includes a range of images from Russell Gay publications, so one assumes this was by Russell gay and the second shot I’ve published from this set of Hazel, the first one posted here.

Cindy Neal – All Wrapped Up with a Bow! (1968)

Cindy Neal looking truly scrumptious in the kitchen in stockings, suspenders, low cut bra and apron covering the best bits, from Kamera No.88 P4 (1968). Add in the big bow on her head and the fact she’s got a box of Australian sultana’s on the table, she obviously cooking up something and looking delicious in the kitchen!

Y is for Yamille (Xmas Calendar)

This was a difficult letter to cover for the calendar, but there were a few options, but in the end I went for the centre pages of Kamera No.48 (1962) featuring Yamille. So Phil was correct with Yamille, but I also had a Nicole Yearner shot ready, but went with Yamille in the end.

Finally, this isn’t the hardest letter to do, anyone got suggestions for the letter i?