A very pouty Sabine C in the bath by Terry Sparks from November 1975. This comes from a set of 9 original contact sheets of Sabine and her surname may well be Creysse, but the pen is smudge so difficult to read and I can’t find a model online with that name, no surprise there! Another stunning and slender model from the Terry archives and one I quite like, even if she is flat chested and her nipples nearly stand out more than the rest of her tits! A very 1970’s bathroom as well, as my parents had the same tiles 🙂
Denise Merton taken by Terry Sparks in November 1971 posing sat on the bed with a familiar floral shawl type thing. Now I say this a lot on this blog as my memory seems to get worse, but I’m sure I’ve seen Denise before somewhere, other than all the images I now have of her! A stunning model with a great figure and long flowing hair I’m sure she appeared in numerous publications, but I just can’t think where?
Another wonderful Terry’s treasure and if you’re wondering about the title, it’s a reference the the UK comedy show called The Mrs Merton Show, which was a mock talk show starring comediene Caroline Aherne as the elderly host Mrs Merton.
Another staple diet for me back in the 1980’s was the Paul Raymond publication Escort, which was always on my buy list each month, although not many copies survived!
I loved how they published so called girls from major UK towns each month, all looking fabulously hot and willing to strip or drop their knickers for the camera. I liked to believe at the time they were actual girls from that town, but looking back now most were professional models. Such an example is the very ample Angel from Bournemouth, who willingly flashed her big tits and hairy pussy within the pages of the magazine, but is actually Jennifer Eccles. Jennifer went on later in her career to do far more than stripping in front of the camera, but stayed a favourite of mine even to today.
More happy memories from the 80’s!
Two shots of June Palmer on different magazine covers from the same photo shoot, but wearing different hats! The first is from Practical Photography (June 1966) and the second from the US publication Man Junior (November 1967). In both June is wearing a two piece white swimming costume and posing with a tulip in front of a 1950’s bull fighting poster, but wearing different hats.
The shoot obviously had a Spanish theme to it with the poster in the background and the two types of hats she is wearing, a Sombrero cordobés the smaller black hat and the more well known larger Sombrero. I prefer the first cover as it is just a standard photo of June, whereas the Man Junior cover looks to be lower quality giving it an almost painting feel to it.
Thanks to both John W and Paul from Firebird Records for the two different covers of June