Pamela Green as Princess Sonmar Harricks posing nude on the loft set and photographed by Harrison Marks. I’m not sure this is a very politically correct shot in the current environment, but when has this site ever been politically correct with the content it shows? Imagine the uproar and offence such a photo would cause today, if a current famous model ‘blacked up’ and posed like this. I’m not condoning racism or anything like that, but people seem to get offended in today’s society over the least little thing and then things just seem to be blow out of all proportion, just saying!
Life was much simpler back then, as it just wasn’t seen or even perceived as being an issue, just a fabulous nude model posing as a dark skinned beauty for all to enjoy. Pam looks stunning in this shot leaning against the wall on the loft set and you can’t actually tell the skin colour isn’t real as it looks flawless and must have taken hours to apply.
A scan of the original negative of Princess Sonmar H’Arricks (Pamela Green) posing on the ‘Gypsy Set’ that appeared in the pages of Kamera No.40 (1962). I haven’t published a PSH image for a while, so about time I did and I love this shot and the clarity compared to the same image from Kamera No.40 that I posted here back in 2014. Beautiful shot of Pam as PSH and thanks as always to Simon for sending over this original from his Pam archives 🙂
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Princess Sonmar Harriks (Pamela Green) posing in the hay barn from Kamera No.37 (1961) with a very strategically placed thumb! The pubic region may look retouched, but it’s known she shaved to reduce the retouching, so the thumb is very well placed or GHM got the angle of the shot spot on!
Princess Sonmar H’Arricks (Pamela Green) posing on the ‘Gypsy Set’ from the pages of Kamera No.40 (1962). I haven’t published a PSH image for a while, so about time I did and I love this shot. Covering your body from head to foot with black boot polish must have been a nightmare, but as with everything Pamela put her hand to it was done very well. It must have been a bugger to scrub off afterwards, but I’m sure she would have got plenty of offers of help 🙂
A beautiful side profile shot of Princess Sonmar H’Arricks (Pamela Green) from the pages of Kamera No.17 (1959). God knows how long it took her to ‘black up’ for these shots, I only hope she shot loads of sets in one session to make it worth while!
Pamela Green all blacked up as Princess Sonmar H’Arricks on the ‘Gypsy Caravan’ set taken by GHM and published in Kamera No.40 (1962)