A very nice front view of Ann Wilson from Solo No.44 P29 (1965) by Harrison Marks. The retouchers were at it again with this shot, but thankfully not much to hide as Ann kept things clean down there! Also a nice view of the frontage of Ewhurst Manor in this shot, showing the main front windows and door, which means Ann was either stood on the driveway or small front lawn in front of the drive.
A laid back view of Margaret Nolan from Kamera No.48 P41 (1962) on a bed within GHM’s flat. A great view of Margaret, but the retoucher has been at her lower region giving it a slightly odd ‘V’ shape
Jenny Lane posing on the Casbah set from Kamera No.88 (1968). A nice body, but not the most attractive of models to pose for GHM and an awful bit of retouching in this shot, especially as she had a nice lush pussy on show in some of the uncensored shots I have.
Margaret Nolan laying in the sand dunes by Harrison Marks and taken from his hardback book She Walks in Beauty, P104 (1964). A beautiful shot in the sand and a great smile from Margaret 🙂
Ann Walker in flat cap and scarf posing in front of some old boiler nude from Solo No.26 (1962). I’ve not seen this set before, but Ann looks good in front of it and the retoucher hasn’t done a bad job hiding the naughty bits in the second shot, although she was shaved anyway so less to hide!
Two shots of Anna Verdi posing in long white boots and stockings from Femme No.11 P4 & P5 (1968) by Harrison Marks.
As I’ve mentioned before Femme first appeared in 1958 as a 64 page 9½ in. x 7 in. magazine, but from the second issue was relaunched as ‘The New Femme No.1’ and became a 96 page pocketbook in the Kamera format. Originally only the cover was by Harrison Marks, but by the final version, No.11 in 1968 the whole thing, cover and contents was GHM work. Some of the images were also duplicates from earlier Kamera editions.
Anna Verdi is one of the few models I like with a figure that seems to suit small tits, and I particularly like the first of these two shots.
OK, I’ll openly admit that Annette Johnson isn’t one of my favourite models, but don’t ask me to explain why because I can’t really put a finger on why I don’t like her, I just don’t compared to others. Saying that the shots of her taken by Harrison Marks are some of the better ones I’ve seen of her, plus those by Ed Alexander and this shot is a good example. Taken by Harrison Marks outside Ewhurst Manor, this is one of four shots of her that appear in the hardback book ‘She Walks in Beauty’ (1964). All four shots are located in the grounds of Ewhurst, which is unusual in that nearly almost all of the photo’s in SWiB are taken on location down in Devon, apart from a small sub-set based at Ewhurst.
This shot is outside the front of Ewhurst, as you can see the driveway, but what is more bizarre about the shot, other than Annette’s pose, is the bowl of fruit on the ground in front of her! What’s that all about? It also looks like the retouchers had a field day hiding her nether region and did a poor job! Despite all of the above Annette doesn’t look too bad in the shot 🙂
A double whammy of Marie Claire showing us top and tail views of her body from Kamera No.70 P42 (1966) as she lays amongst the record covers with a gramophone in the background. A great front view of her body and equally good view of her tanned back view and white bottom.
Cindy Neal posing on the Kitchen set from Kamera No.88 P3 (1968) and looking very nice too! As the title says not your average Cindy doll, although if anyone has ever seen a Cindy the nether regions look very similar to the retouched version of this shot 🙂
A full on frontal view of Rita Landre (Pam Green) from Kamera No.19 (1959) as she looks down on you from above. In a strange erotic way it’s quite a domineering look she’s giving, as if to say look, but touch if you dare! I’d risk it 🙂 The retouching on this shot is good for a change, as the way the shadows fall and the fact Pam was shaven all help reduce the retouching required on this shot.