Sylvia Bayo as Louise on the cover and inside pages of Men Only Vol.40 No.1 (1975). My favourite shots have to be of her in yellow, especially the cover shot of her gorgeous round arse and that cheeky nipple showing! Mind you they are all good, including the last shot 🙂
I originally posted a cropped version of this image I found here, but I now own the negative, so rather than replace it I thought I’d just post a high definition version as well. There’s no comparison really between the two as you get so much more detail and clarity of Sylvia in this shot than the other, and that can’t be a bad thing! A wider crop of Sylvia in Harrison Marks 1970 Maximus International film ‘Cous-Cous’, where she starred as a slave in a harem.
Again, Sylvia posed for Terry Sparks, but he knew her under her real name Lucienne Camille, which she also used to model under. So many modelling names, why couldn’t they just have stuck to one, but then even if the name changes the body certainly doesn’t!
Note: This image is scanned from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice
About time we had some more of Lucienne Camille, or as she is better known Sylvia Bay and those magnificent nipples of hers! These two shots come from the pages of Girl Illustrated Vol.5 No.5 (1971). I prefer the second page to the first as she looks a bit rough in the first. Her body in the shots I’ve seen always seems to have a sheen to it and I love the contrast of her dark skin against the white of her bathrobe and panties in these. Thanks to Beutelwolf over on VEF for these scans.
Not a very politically correct title nowadays, but hey it’s Sylvia Bayo and that’s some damn fine chocolate pie on view!
Edit: Terry contacted me to say that he took these shots of Sylvia, wow! He said ‘I worked with her a couple of times (I knew her as Lucienne Camille) and these particular shots were from the second session taken in March 1970. I still have fantasies about her nipples! She was then aged 30 and had already been involved In hardcore, which she was quite open about. She told me that she came from the Seychelles but some bios I have seen say she was born in Kent’.