Rita Landre – Shadows of Desire (1959)

Rita Landre (Pamela Green) posing on the Parisian Alley Set by Harrison Marks. This is a scan direct from the negative, but was originally printed in Solo No.13 P40 (1959). 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, including the colour shot of her kneeling! I have several more from the same set, which I will post anon, but thanks to Simon for sending me this and other scans from his Pamela Green collection.

Through The Square Window with Kay & Gwen (1960’s)

Found over on Tumblr a very arty shot featuring Kay Fitzsimmonds (Inside) and Gwen Ford (Outside). A beautifully framed shot and I especially like the shadows being cast on Kay’s body from inside the house. Gwen has a cheeky smile on her from outside and I can just imaging her poking her tongue out for the next shot. One of those odd shots I just stumbled across and instant recognised the models 🙂

The Sleek & Elegant June Simpson (1959)

Another wonderful shot of June Simpson posing for Harrison Marks wearing the daisy earrings from Kamera No.20 P20 (1959). A simply stunning pose with that long blonde hair and daisy earrings and probably from this set, including one of my own original colour negatives.

A Bamboo Framed Rona Scott

It seems that this bamboo frame was another staple prop for GHM as it appears like the sheepskin rugs in numerous shots! This time the frame is expertly used to show off the figure of Rona Scott and the use of the shadows from the lighting is near perfect. Look at the shadow from the bamboo cane that expertly hides her pubic region, clever or just luck?

June Palmer – A Vision in Sunlight! (Coloured)

I wish I had an original larger version of this shot of June as it’s just stunning and such a simple but beautiful shot of her! Likewise the coloured version from Oldiznewagain makes the shot look equally stunning in colour. From my point of view though, this is another that although good coloured just works well in it’s original state, as some shots just lend themselves to being in black & white. Thanks must go to Oldiznewagain though as I hadn’t seen this shot until I saw his coloured version.