Another shot of Bobby Sparrow taken by Terry Sparks at Pegwell Bay, Kent in 1972. This shot comes from a set of original contact sheets by Terry and distributed to Lilo Korenjack who was his agent in Baden-Baden, Germany back in the 70’s. I fortunately came across these and many other contact sets (over 700 contact sheets scanned so far!) by accident via Lilo’s niece and now they are part of my collection.
A great shot of Bobby perched atop that piece of wood on the beach and a great smile too 🙂
Venetia Day covered in sand as she poses naked on a beach in Rhodes for Terry Sparks in 1971. A great shot of Venetia with her arms flung back and wearing that large bead necklace that Terry preferred and as worn by Vicki Pascale and others that posed for him. Another sunny shot and I’d have offered to rub that sand off her if needed 🙂
An absolutely stunning shot of Eve Eden flashing her tits down at the waterside. Eve or Rosa Domaille went under the name Connie Fielding during this period of her career, when most of the shots of her were taken by Ed Alexander, such as this one. I’ve published two other shots of Eve from this set by Ed Alexander here before, but this is the first one I’ve seen from the set of her flashing those great tits! Thanks as always to Kevin for sending over this original scan of Eve 🙂
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 🙂
A new solo image of Venetia Day by Terry Sparks. This time a full frontal shot of her as she poses thigh deep in the sea off Rhodes, with the sun glistening off her wet body and a hint in the shadows of her dark thick bush! A scan from one of 3 sets of contact sheets of Venetia I’ve recently acquired, so I now have plenty more to come.
It seems fitting to do a post of Venetia today as it is Black Friday (boom boom!) Not quite what they meant or very politically correct, but then I prefer my Black Friday to the madness out there!