Another superb shot of Erica by Harrison Marks on the Dressing Room set. I love the sly sideways look she’s giving the camera in the mirror reflection knowing full well where we are looking! Thanks to Kev for this shot of Erica 🙂
The curved beauty of Virginia Green by Harrison Marks as she poses on the dressing room set. This shot scanned from the original negative was published back in Kamera No.29 P5 (1960), but was cropped much tighter than this version and also slightly censored for publication. I prefer my wider cropped version as you get to see the back of Virginia in the reflection of the mirror. Although the front view of Virginia is rather nice as well and I love her perfect hourglass figure with slender waist and curved hips, a delicious view of Virginia!
Another view of Pamela Green and Jean Spaul (Sporle) posing for Harrison Marks as they look out of the living room window nude! A very simple but effective shot of Pam and Jean and I love the curve of Jean’s bum in this shot and the curves of both figures. Clever use of the lighting from the window, highlighting different parts of both Jean and Pam’s beautiful figures.
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.
Another set of June Palmer sent over by John posing on the ‘Metal Bars’ set. This time June is seen posing in black underwear and stockings, but no nudity this time! Taken in the 1970’s at Scotlee Studio’s I also have another couple of sets of 35mm negatives of June posing on the same set with the metal cage behind her.
Looking at some of the things attached to the bars in the background it sure looks like it may have been used for restraining people or the odd bit of S & M!