A very dramatic pose from Diane Clare on the loft set by Harrison Marks. A shadowy uncensored shot of Diane and the Devils Head gets in on the action and seems to be looking directly at her nipples! 🙂
Sally Ann Scott posing on the loft set from Kamera No.74 P12 (1966). To say this model had been bugging me for a long time would be an understatement, as I recognised her but couldn’t put a name to the body! Well now I have a name thanks to Kevin who sent over a different shot to this of her by Harrison Marks.
It seems to be Sally Ann Scott who posed for Russell Gay in several of his publications, but I had no idea GHM had taken shots of her as well? The official model listing on the old Harrison Marks site had her down as Tina Madison, but it’s definitely not her. Sally Ann posed for Harrison Marks on 3 separate occasions in the studio between 1960 and 1961. Images from those sessions were to appear in Kamera No.30 (1960) and then in No’s 33, 41, 42, 47, 57, and finally one shot each in No.64 & No.74.
I’ve also include a close up of another shot showing Sally Ann’s full face and the distinctive mole on her chin, which I’d noticed before but not really associated with it be Sally Ann, plus she also has a hair up in all the GHM shots.
The beautiful buxom Ann Austin posing in the hay by Harrison Marks. This comes from a restored 35mm colour Pamar slide sent over by Kevin and I believe although there is hay/straw in the shot this was taken on the Loft set? Never seen a copy of this slide before and it’s always a pleasure to see a bit of Ann! I believe although there is hay/straw in the shot this was taken on the Loft set?
Ann Austin posing on the loft set by Harrison Marks, with the Parisian/Alley set seen in the background. Shots similar to this of Ann posing on the loft set with the gramophone appeared in Kamera No.22 (1960), along with the cover of Avec Plaisir No.5 and several Pamar slides.
Another original medium format negative scan of Georgette Gautier (Terry Maloney) by Harrison Marks. Posing on the loft set, images from this set went on to appear in Kamera No.29 (1960) although I’m not sure this particular image appeared? Georgette had fabulous curves on her plus that rather gorgeous set of large tits. A favourite shot all round and you can just see a hint of her smooth lower region in the shadows below 🙂
For those not enraptured by Georgette’s figure and need a more cultural reference the prints in the background of this shot are Divan Japonais and “Jane Avril” at the Jardin De Paris, 1893 by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
Another shot of the stunning Erica by Harrison Marks and cracking quality from an original Pamar 35mm slide in vibrant colours, which show off Erica’s magnificent tits and voluptuous figure to good effect. I also love how the black corset and suspender belt help highlight her curves and the smooth V shape between her legs! A perfect shot from this growing set and thanks as always to Kevin for allowing me to share.
A colourfully restored 35mm Pamar slide of a very uplifting Diane Clare by Harrison Marks. Taken on the loft set the clarity of this image of Diane is fabulous and the familiar Devils head statue tries to get in on the action 🙂
Note: This is an image from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice.
Not one of my images I’m afraid as it’s superb! This was posted by Kevin over on his Pinupmemories site, but as it’s Harrison Marks and the voluptuous Erica it would be rude not to share it here as well! Kevin is a regular contributor and supporter of the site and sends me no end of his original images, so it only seems fair to return the favour in some small way, so do go take a look at his own blog.
As to the image itself, it’s a scan from an original Pamar colour 35mm slide featuring Erica by Harrison Marks posing on the loft set. There are several slides of Erica from this set and Kevin previously sent this shot of her as well. As with all Pamar slides they were also posed/retouched for the UK market, so nothing too shocking to be seen on them. For the uncensored shots you need to get hold of the original negatives, which both Kevin and myself have a growing collection, not that this shot needed any retouching, just a well placed hand 🙂
Thanks as always to Kevin for his fabulous image archive and continued support.