A beautiful shot of an unknown kneeling model taken by Harrison Marks in the studio. Not only does she have a fabulous slender figure with small perky tits, but a stunning and infectious smile. Another unknown beauty to add to the unknown model list as Unknown Model No.68 until we know a name or not 🙂
Time for another unknown beauty that posed for Harrison Marks in the 1960’s and went on to appear in Kamera. This rather bushy beauty seen posing on the African set seems to have appeared in two sets for GHM, this set and a set taken in and around Ewhurst Manor in 1963. Shots from the Ewhurst set went on to appear in Kamera No.51 (1963), but I can’t find any of her from this set that were published, but I have a big gap in my Kamera collection around this time, so she probably appeared in one of them?
A rather startled look from her in this shot, as though she’s been caught in the act of something, which is obviously posing nude or being asked to do something more shocking, which wouldn’t have surprised me with Harrison Marks. He probably asked to go exploring in her African bush or something 😉
I have this model down as Unknown Model No.41 in my unknown models list if anyone can identify her, but I’ve posted her before with no luck on the name. Members again get to see the full medium format version.
A beautiful colour shot of Rosalie Peters on the village set at Lily Place by Harrison Marks and another rare shot of her without the blonde wig. This version comes direct from the negative and shows the completely uncensored version with Rosalie showing off a very fine covering of recently grown hair over her very neat and tidy mound and her small perky tits. If you look closely you can see an obvious appendix scar as well.
Members get to see the full medium format version, which shows off more of the market place set and those multicoloured windows 🙂
A fabulous view of 1960’s UK glamour model Rena Brown from behind showing off her rather nice round rear. There’s something different about this shot as she poses on that chair looking over her shoulder with a pout for the camera. One assumes that’s a kids chair rather than Rena having an over-sized bottom! A great shot sent over from Kevin who is selling this original and others over on his eBay page here.
The fabulous Rona Scott by Harrison Marks on the loft and set scanned from the original negative. I thought I’d already published a shot or two of Rona by GHM from this set, but it appears not. In fact it looks like I’ve missed out posting any shots of Rona and others that appeared in Kamera No.32 (1960) due to the fact I have it missing from my collection.
Well I’ve rectified the situation now with this stunning nude shot of Rona kneeling arms crossed under her magnificent tits. Members get to see the full medium format version as well, which shows a rather nice Julius Caesar statue to her left, truly an empiric beauty 🙂
Another early unknown model by Harrison Marks posing atop a wooden crate on the Barn set used on various occasions. Again, I have several original negatives of this model with 5 shots appearing in Kamera No.30 (1960), but not this particular shot. In fact the Barn set featured heavily in Kamera No.60 as a majority of the other shots also featured Paula Page on the same set.
No idea if this image went on to appear elsewhere, but I’m sure she must have appeared in other GHM publications as well? Another model with a stunning figure from the early 1960’s and I have her down as Unknown Model No.66 in the Unknown Model List.
The magnificent Dawn Grayson at her best by Harrison Marks. A simple pose from Dawn on the sofa at GHM’s flat, but sometimes it’s the simple things that appeal the most and this certainly does that. Harrison Marks used Dawn on many occasions on many different shoots and sets but this shot and this set has to be my favourite from them both. Many of the shots from this set went on to appear in Solo No.43 (1964) and this shot also appeared on a poster for ‘Key Strip’ here.
This shot also appeared in Kamera No.65 P19 (1965) pretty much cropped as you see it here, except this is direct from the negative in my collection. Simply Dawn at her best 🙂