The Petite framed Lena Ellis posing in the studio from a restored 35mm slide. Unfortunately this was originally a colour slide, but the colours were very badly degraded and I was unable to recover them, so a quick conversion to black and white and we still have a great shot of Lena to share. Lena was one of those mid sixties models that was on the slender side, not big in the bosom department, but a nice small perky pair all the same.
Thanks to Paul from Firebird Records for the original copy of this slide 🙂
Another scan of one of my own 35mm black and white negatives of Gwen Ford in the studio. A great pose from Gwen wearing a very short and sheer open top, revealing an equally sheer bra and knicker set below. Not quite as sheer as the top, but enough to give us a teasing glimpse of her body below!
And if you haven’t already guessed I have a thing for models wearing sheer clothing, be it negligee’s, panties or tops I love them all and what you can see beneath!
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As summer finally hits us in the UK, it’s time for my summer holiday and typical that as I leave the country heading to the warmer climate of the Mediterranean, the UK has a heatwave! So not only is the UK hotting up. it’s going to be hotter than my summer destination of Ibiza!
Anyway I leave you with a very hot and wet summer shot of Mandy Kuypers (Pippa Pascale) cooling off in the sea in Crete in May, 1972. Taken by Terry Sparks a fantastic shot showing off Mandy’s tits through her wet blouse. A very cooling and hot shot all in one go!
Anyway I’m heading off to the sun for a few weeks, so things here will slow down for a while. Enjoy the summer and I’ll be back in early August to pick things up again 🙂
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A third shot from my own collection of the dazzling Dawn Grayson from the ‘Dawn on Red‘ set of slides. She looks stunning in this closer side profile shot with her the red lip stick and small perky boobs contrasting perfectly with the background.
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I originally posted a cropped version of this image I found here, but I now own the negative, so rather than replace it I thought I’d just post a high definition version as well. There’s no comparison really between the two as you get so much more detail and clarity of Sylvia in this shot than the other, and that can’t be a bad thing! A wider crop of Sylvia in Harrison Marks 1970 Maximus International film ‘Cous-Cous’, where she starred as a slave in a harem.
Again, Sylvia posed for Terry Sparks, but he knew her under her real name Lucienne Camille, which she also used to model under. So many modelling names, why couldn’t they just have stuck to one, but then even if the name changes the body certainly doesn’t!
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