Neva in the doorway of the Lantern Cottage set from the July page of the 1968 Kamera Calendar. A stunning dusky woman from Trinidad not blessed with the largest of chests and a strategically placed hand covering below, which is a real shame as she had the most fantastic thick lush bush on her! I suppose full frontal shots were a bit risque for the calendars back then, even though most ended up on the walls of workshops etc.
The model only known as Neva from an original negative by Harrison Marks taken on the Beach Set. Unfortunately I have very few shots of Neva, which is a real shame as she has the most fantastic thick lush bush on her!
What I do know is that Neva was from Trinidad and posed for one set of stills in January 1966. Photographs from this, which were taken on the Lantern Cottage set and the adjoining beach set appeared in Kamera No’s 74 & 76, one calendar shot from July 1968 and a further two uncensored shots from Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 (1969), but that’s it.
The model known only as Neve posing for Harrison Marks on the Lantern Cottage Set from Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 P28 (1969). A stunningly beautiful woman facially, with a very Latino look, but she also had a great body to show off, with a magnificent full pussy on show as well!
As the publication says a shot of June Johnson as nature intended! A very full on view of a full on bush from June Johnson on the lantern cottage set by Harrison Marks from Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.2 (1969). I don’t have many shots of June as only four shots of her appear in Kamera, plus a couple from Nature’s Intention, which is a shame!
Not sure of the two who had the biggest natural bush, either way it must have been an editing nightmare back then to hide it all for the censors!
Here we have Neva posing on the ‘Lantern Cottage’ set letting her hair down and showing it all and Sissi Mississippi at one with nature in the grounds of Ewhurst Manor.
Sissi on the other hand was always au natural and as a strip artist from Italy always refused to get rid of her magnificent bush (rightly so!). This was more common with continental models, where showing such plumage was more accepted.
Both images were published by Harrison Marks in Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.1 ‘A Series of Natural Art Studies’ in 1969. For me I think Sissi edges it on sheer mass, but both look magnificent!
Thanks to Madmax for identifying the top model as Neva and not Velma Loftus!