The very alluring Eve Eden posing seductively on a windowsill in the lounge at Ewhurst Manor. A stunning shot of Eve taken by Ed Alexander in the open window with the willow trees in the background. Sometimes a shot is made not just by having the model in it, but the pose and location as well and this has all three!
Carrying on with the summer feeling with a favourite model from the 1980’s in the form of Karen Mifflin cooling off at the sea edge. It seems Karen had a propensity for sunny locations or getting wet as a model, as nearly all the shots I have of her involve her doing one or both, such as this shot.
Not that I’m complaining as this olive skinned beauty suns her fabulous body and dark lush bush, but that sand is going to be a bugger to get out that hair 😉
A very elegant shot of Lorraine Burnett as she descends down the stairs in open negligee showing off her black stockings and knickers and exposed ample bosom. I love the stair runner you can just see in the shot, very popular in the 60’s and making a comeback today I believe. I think I’d prefer someone looking like Lorraine on my stairs rather than a runner though 🙂
The beautiful Erica by Harrison Marks as she poses in the studio. Several similar images of Erica posing upright against the box in this picture appeared in Solo No.9 (1959). A simple but stunning shot of the shape and lines of Erica and her magnificent figure and ample chest 🙂
Another shot from this set of Tracy Reeves with blonde wig posing in the garden. This time posing topless as she bends over a sun lounger giving us a great view of her tits and beautiful round bum. If you look closely you can see a hint of hair between her legs, which would have been picked up by the retoucher before publishing, but as this is an original we get to see it 🙂
Thinking about it I don’t think I’ve seen many shots of Tracy showing off her lower region, other than one article in Late Night Extra where she’s showing off a full on hairy pussy and an original slide I have, but there she is fully shaven, so complete opposites. I’m sure there must be some more out there?