The cover of Solo No.13 (1959) featuring Rita Landre, which was actually Pamela Green in one of her many pseudonyms, this time wearing a long red-headed wig to cover her normal blonde locks! She appeared as Rita on more than one occasion across Harrison Marks publications including the covers of Kamera No.1, Kamera No.19 and Kamera No.35.
Redoing some old Solo covers with better scans 🙂
Does it get any better on the run up to Christmas than a nude Dawn Grayson underneath the Christmas tree! By Harrison Marks and originally published in the Kamera Winter Special P7 (1967) this is a scan from the original negative, although I do own a copy of the special itself. I think Dawn looks at her superb best in this special and a very similar shot to this appeared on Kamera Calendar 1968 January page.
I also think the Winter Special has to be one of my favourite Kamera specials, but with lots of fabulous winter nudes. Unfortunately I roll a new batch out every Christmas and there are only a few good shots left I haven’t published. Maybe time to revisit a few of the classic favourites once I’ve exhausted my collection. It’s also a shame GHM never decide to do another Winter Special as I’m sure it would have been as popular as all the other specials.
The delectable Dawn Grayson from a scan of an original set of negatives of her posing in the doorway. The wooden slated doors have appeared in images of Dawn before when she was wearing the blue and white bikini, so one assumes they were taken at the same session or a well used location? I love the way the slip has fallen down exposing her small perky tits and how it hangs on her hips, ready to fall all the way down 🙂
Rita Landre (Pamela Green) posing on the Parisian Alley Set by Harrison Marks. I’ve published several shots of Pam as Rita in this location here and think it is one of my favourite sets of her as Rita, who definitely comes across as a bit of a femme fatale in these shots and could almost certainly lead you down a dark path of desire!
A very nice pair of plumped up tits from a scan of an original Pamar colour slide by Harrison Marks. Not that Jennifer needed to plump up that fine chest, as they looked like a nice firm round pair without any assistance 🙂