A great angle and a great shot of Maria Hale’s pert little bottom from Kamera No.7 P6 (1958). I think I prefer Maria with her natural dark shorter hair to that of her alter ego ‘Madeleine Mado‘
Gloria Conlan posing astride a Tiger headed rug from Kamera No.7 P4 (1958) and sorry I can’t resist a good double entendre when I see one, but god that’s a big pussy between her legs! 🙂 Now that’s out the way I do wonder if Harrison Marks also did this shot with that very joke in mind, one does wonder? Jokes aside Gloria has a great figure and this is the last of two images of Gloria that appear in Kamera No.7.
One of my original posts of Pam in pigtails coloured by Oldiznewagain, with the original here.
Time for a tumble in the hay with Marie Deveraux from Kamera No.7 (1958). great rear view shot of her bum, but not too sure about the superimposed sky as a background as this was a studio shot.
The delicious rear of Maria Hale sticking up in the air from Kamera No.7 (1958). One of four shots of Ms Hale posing nude in various positions on the leopard skin rugs from this edition and my favourite. It must be something to do with that nice round bum sticking up in the air and the way she’s looking at the camera!
Another studio shot of Pamela Green wearing a long dark wig with pigtails from Kamera No.7 (1958), this time with the towel draped over her leg rather than her head! I’ve not commented before but she has a very Indian Squaw look in these shots I Think?
An appropriate title to this image of an unknown model photographed by Harrison Marks for Kamera No.7 (1958). The tiger skin rug seems to be a prominent feature throughout this early edition of Kamera, not that it really distracts from the key focus on the image.
For those geeks amongst us the title is a reference back to The Amazing Spider-Man No.42 (November 1966) and the introduction of Mary Jane Watson (MJ) who makes her first appearance in this comic and utters these words to Peter Parker/Spider-man when they first meet. It has become something of a catchphrase for the character.
Another small piece of trivia about me, is that I also used to collect comic books from the early 1960’s onwards, including Spider-man. My collection exceeds over 6000 different comics and titles and if sold could buy the wife a new kitchen, but don’t tell her that!
The exotic looks of Julie by Harrison Marks from Kamera No.7 (1958) wrapped in a fishing net and wearing another set of large dangly earrings, which she seemed to have a thing for!
A shot of Pamela Green wearing a long dark wig with pigtails from Kamera No.7 (1958). A similar look to that of her alter ego Princess Sonmar Harricks, but maybe a bit early and she’s not blacked up in this shot!