June Simpson – Blonde on Black (1958)

Another June Simpson shot from Solo No.5 P32 (1958) by Harrison Marks. I love the platinum blonde wavy hair that June had and it always seemed to be perfect. The side profile of her naked body against the black background works perfectly in this shot. I especially like the nice round curves of her bum and the way the light highlights it 🙂

Dawn’s Deliciously Perky Pair (Original)

Dawn Grayson and her deliciously perky pair from the original negative of the image that originally appeared in Kamera No.70 P12 (1966). The image published was cropped much closer than this version and you can see that version here, but I much prefer my version. Not only is the clarity as sharp as it could be, but you get to see more of Dawn, plus a few more of GHM’s prints on the wall.

The original medium format negative shows slightly more of the prints above Dawn’s head, so you can guess who the models are. The left hand one is June Palmer on the lawn at Ewhurst and the other being Pamela Green as Rita Landre on the beach. I know this is a duplication of an image of Dawn already posted, but worth a revisit as it’s from the negative itself and so much clearer, plus it’s Dawn and you can’t have enough of her!

June Wilkinson by Harrison Marks (1958)

One of the few appearances of June Wilkinson in Kamera, this one being the only shot of her to appear in Kamera Special No.2 (1958). June also appeared in Kamera No.5 (1 shot) and No.8 (1 shot) along with several shots of her appearing in one of GHM’s other publications ‘In Focus’. They may be scarce but still a worth addition to the GHM portfolio.

Dawn Grayson – A Perky Pair! (1966)

I originally published this image of Dawn Grayson under the title of ‘Give Them a Squeeze For Me Dawn’ over a year ago here. Now I have a bigger and better version, which of Dawn can’t be a bad thing and it comes directly from the pages of Kamera No.70 (1966), page 12 to be precise! 12 months on and I still love this shot of her and worth a re-visit.

A Quizzical Lorraine Burnett

Lorraine Burnett from the pages of Kamera No.33 (1961). There are two shots of her in this issue and this is the better of the two, with her wearing this white transparent negligee! I give her a bit of a hard time on this blog for never smiling or always pouting, but this is a much more natural look from her. Still not a smile and more of a quizzical look, but I prefer it and besides with her figure who cares if she smiles!