A Sultry Virginia Green – Solo No.15 (1960)

Virginia Green posing in the studio by Harrison Marks and published in Solo No.15 P19 (1960). A fabulous sexy sultry look and such curves, as I love the curve of her hips in this sitting pose!

Virginia Green – A Peachy Rear View! (1960)

Virginia Green from Solo No.15 P10 (1960) giving us a shot of her rear view! What a fabulous round and peachy arse she has in this shot as she leans forward over the dressing table. We also get a two for one in this shot, as we get to see a front view of Virginia as well 🙂

Virginia Green – Devils View! (Original)

Another shot of Virginia Green amongst the props by Harrison Marks, similar to this shot from the same shoot. This one gives us a much clearer view of her body and we are all looking the same place as the devils head! Another original scan of a negative from Kevin and a great one of Virginia that leaves little to the imagination!

 

The cropped and censored version of this shot was published in Solo No.15 P3 (1960)

Virginia Green Amongst The Props! (Original)

An unusual shot from an original negative of Virginia Green by Harrison Marks. This has Virginia posing amongst some very familiar props that have appeared numerous times in other shots by GHM. The more important question about this shot is, who’s hand is that in the top right of the shot? Obviously helping with the lighting it’s a female hand with well manicured nails, so possibly Pamela Green helping out?

Not the most obvious shot to buy or post, but I loved it for the fact it has Virginia Green all smooth and uncensored, all the different props in it I can identify and of course the hand! Finally I’m not sure what that is that Virginia Green is barely wearing, but was it worth it?

The cropped version of this shot of Virginia appears in Solo No.15 P27 (1960)

 

Virginia Green in The Mirror (Full Version)

 

A stunning image of Virginia Green that I originally published here, but this is probably the original as it’s not cropped at the sides.  Much better quality and you get to see Ann Austin in the photo on the wall, signed by Harrison Marks. This image in it’s cropped version appeared on the last page of Solo no.25 P32 (1960) dedicated to Virginia.