Ettalie Smith – Danger Curves Ahead!

Two shots of an unknown model posing for Ken Williams in Lenz No.3. I don’t know who she is (anyone ID her?) but she’s got a seriously good set of curves on her. I love the way her hips fair out from her waist in the top shot and a nice ample bosom as well, a perfect hour glass figure. I must profess to liking the ladies with a rounder, curvier figure and more ample bosom, well this week at least!

Anyone got any more of her?

Terrific Tina Looks To Be Hitched!

What appears to be a younger Tina Graham (Christine Carter) from Lenz No.3 by Ken Williams posing in open front shirt to reveal those magnificent (I use that word far too often!) tits. Interestingly in this image she seems to be wearing a wedding ring that disappears in later shots of her in her career.

Annette Johnson – A Blonde in White High Heels

I must admit that although Annette Johnson was very popular through-out her career in the 1960’s and beyond and appeared in numerous publications I’m not a big fan! Saying that the above image is probably one of my favourites of her and I much prefer her early stuff with GHM than some of the later images. There are also some great images of her by Ed Alexander and I have a thing for blondes, so prefer her as above when she had the long blonde hair.

This images comes from Lenz No.3 and was taken by Ken Williams and she sure had a great pair of legs on her!

Sue Owen – Just Some White Socks!

A dark haired Sue Owen by Ken Williams from Lenz No.3 published by Harrison Marks. I would say taken before her blonde period, which would be early to mid 1960’s and a nice view of her small pert tits in this shot!

Lenz No.3 Cover

Lenz No.3 Cover by Harrison Marks and one of the more obscure publications from Harrison Marks and his Kamera Publications Ltd. Although the cover is by GHM the contents of the Lenz magazines tended to showcase other photographers of the time. No.3 featured the work of Ken Williams, but a lot of the models he used are very familiar and worked with Harrison Marks as well. Models in No.3 include Margaret Nolan, Sue Owen, Tina Graham, Annette Johnson and Maxine Miller and all looking fairly young!

Can anyone identify the model balancing on the Roller, as I don’t recognise her immediately? The location could well be the driveway at Ewhurst, but not much to go on.

Update: Thanks to MadMax the model has been identified as Britt Hampshire and two further shots from this shoot appear in Kamera No.58 – Thanks Max

Update 2: After further discussion it seems to be Paula King and Not Britt Hampshire and thanks to PhilD and Portland for further evidence.  Three further images below to support the Paula King theory 🙂



Any more theories to throw into the pot and thanks for all the feedback!

Margaret Nolan – Lenz No.3

Two images of Margaret Nolan from Lenz No.3 published by Harrison Marks, with the whole magazine dedicated to the photography of Ken Williams. I published a couple of other images from this shoot of Margaret and always wondered who took the shots, so now I know!