Monique – All on Show, For All to See! (Original)

A simple but effective shot of Monique Deveraux in the studio by Harrison Marks. No fancy sets or costumes, just Monique naked and for all to see, including those tan lines highlighting her hairy pussy and tits! It still looks like she’s sucking everything in as you can see her ribs, but maybe that was just how she was, but it just looks slightly unnatural?

Coy Christina on The Balcony! (Original)

A coy looking Christina by Harrison Marks and published in Kamera No.61 P11 (1964), although this is scanned directly from the negative rather than the magazine. What a fabulous pose and curvy figure from Christina as she poses on the balcony of one of GHM’s flats/houses as I’m never quite sure which is which now. Not much intervention required from the censors on this shot for publication, in fact it looks to have been published as shot 🙂

Just Wanda! (Original)

A simple but perfect shot of Wanda Liddell by Harrison Marks from the same set as this shot. Again it seems to be on the dressing room set as the previous shot, but a more close up shot of Wanda posing with one knee up. A really clear shot of Wanda smiling and posing with just a hint of bush on show below, perfect!

A Morning Stretch To Get Things Moving! (Original)

An absolutely stunning shot to start the day of an unknown model taken by Harrison Marks on the dressing room set in the 1960’s. What a great uncensored view we get of this model and her slender figure and perfectly smooth mound. It’s almost looks like she’s doing a few light exercises or a morning stretch, either way she could do that for me every morning like that and I’d be up and ready for the day in more than one way 🙂

The model looks familiar but no name to put to the body, so I’ll add her to the unknown model list for future reference.

Maria Hale – A Kneeling Princess (Original)

Maria Hale (Madeleine Mado) on all fours in the studio taken by Harrison Marks. A great perspective and view of Maria in this shot showing off her slender body and small tits as she poses for GHM. Two points of Interest, the title references princess because if you look closely Maria is wearing a tiara, similar to shots like this as Madeleine Mado on the backstage set. Secondly the quality of this negative is fantastic and as a member if you look closely at the large version you can see a slight hint of hair as she bends forward, not much but it’s there and you would probably miss it unless you looked closely 😉

Thanks to Kevin for sending over this fabulous shot of Maria.

Bobby Shaw Gets a Hand! (Original)

Bobby Shaw posing for an amateur photographer in a studio setting wearing a sheer cloth across her waist just about protecting her modesty. I have several of these negatives of Bobby on the same shoot, but this one is rather odd! All negatives only show Bobby posing, but if you look at the basket I’m sure that is another hand? Not quite sure what is going on or if there is another model off camera posing with her arm on the basket, but only just noticed it!

Anyway I’m back after a very few hectic weeks followed by a well needed holiday, so it seems like a long time since I posted regularly. Hoping normal service will return and I’ll try to keep the posts coming 🙂

Virginia Green – A Smooth Studio View! (Original)

Virginia Green stood posing in the studio by Harrison Marks. A fabulous sexy sultry look and such curves, as I love the curve of her hips and not forgetting the smooth uncensored view down below showing off those prominent lips! 😉

That’s the last post for a while and you can find out more details of why here.

Wet Bodies! (1958)

Another artistic view of two wet bodies by Harrison Marks. I do love the figures in this one and how the water droplets sit on the skin and what fantastic figures on both, especially that rather shapely bottom.

The models in this shot or the bodies belong to Jean Sporle (Spaul) and the one with the rather nice bottom is Gaby Rougier . I’ve posted a shot of them together here and other shots of them together appeared in Kamera No.17 (1959).