Sophia & Her Midnight Shadow (Original)

A highlighted view of Sophia Dawn in the studio by Harrison Marks. What is not to like about this shot, Sophia’s perfect hour glass waist and hips, the beautiful use of light and shadows to show off her body, or the hint of stubble (midnight shadow) down below.

All perfectly highlighted in this shot as she looks away from the camera and if there was any slight criticism it would be, what is she doing with her hands? It looks like she’s playing a game of head, shoulders, knees and toes? Maybe she was and that would have been fun to watch 🙂 

June Palmer – Room With a View! (Original)

A third shot from the set of June Palmer photo’s by Stefan Glass showing a full on uncensored view of June posing by the window. I love how the light comes through the open window to light up the curves of her fabulous body as she looks out! Definitely a room with a view from both inside and outside if you happen to look up at this point 🙂

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.