Gerry Brown – It’s All About The Rear! (Original)

This shot originally appeared in Kamera No.87 P30 (1968) and I published a copy of the scanned page here. Now I have the original negative and thought I’d share the much clearer scanned version, cropped as its seen in the magazine. You get to see Ms Brown’s beautiful dimpled arse and tan lined tit in much more detail, so worthy of posting.

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Pamela Green – An All Round Rear View (Original)

The seventh shot from the spectacular set of Pamela Green posing in the bath for Harrison Marks surrounded by mirrors! I just love the curves and beautiful round arse of Pam as she stands soaping herself down in the bath. Plus you again get a front and rear view of those curves at the same time thanks to the reflection in the mirror. I’ve now published 7 out of 8 of the Pamar slides from this ‘Bath Set‘, so only one left to go plus an original black and white medium format shot thanks to Kevin.

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Rub-a-Dub-Dub With Rosalie!

Rosalie Peters scrubbing up well in a sunken bath full of bubbles! Taken by Harrison Marks in the late 1960’s this bathroom/bath is another well used location/set that GHM used for several different models in cluding June Palmer and Britt Hampshire to name two. No idea which publication this shot appeared in or if it was stand alone or from a set, but I like it 🙂

Pamela Green – An All Round View (Original)

A sixth shot from the spectacular set of Pamela Green posing in the bath for Harrison Marks surrounded by mirrors! I just adore the curves and slightly rounded tummy of Pam as she gets out the bath. Plus you get a front and rear view at the same time thanks to the reflection in the mirror. Only one more shot left to publish of this ‘Bath Set‘, plus an original black and white shot thanks to Kevin.

S is For Sophia (Xmas Calendar)

S is for Sophia Dawn looking damn sexy in this shot wearing long black gloves, black corset and stockings as she sits straddling a chair. Not a Harrison Marks shot, but from a ToCo publication such as Spick & Span, but for the life of me can’t remember which one or the edition?