June Palmer – Pix Magazine (High Res)

A beautiful image in high resolution of June Palmer from Pix Magazine Vol.2 No.5, Page 2.  Providing another internal shot of Ewhurst, as you can just see the driveway through the window and that vase appears in other shots around the house! Scanned from John W’s own private collection and restored by me 🙂

June Palmer – Girl Illustrated No.37

As promised, June Palmer from the pages of Girl Illustrated Vol.4 No.37 (1970).  The magazine shows three monochrome pictures, where she is shown wearing unzipped trousers and has shoulder length hair. The single colour shot appears to be an older photograph. GI states that she is only rarely modelling at the time, but has returned to the pages by popular request. This would tie in with the published date of 1970 and JP’s ‘retirement’ from public modelling, until her re-appearance in 1977.

June Palmer Coloured From Girl Illustrated

It feels like a bit of a June Palmer day, not that there is anything wrong with that!  Another coloured version of June Palmer from my friend Oldiznewagain over on Tumblr and it always amazes me how good he gets the skin tones on these!

The original comes from Girl Illustrated magazine published in 1970 and is part of a set of 4 images and I’ll be publishing the full set of images later.

Getting Rural With Terry Graham

Terry Graham out and about on the farm and I couldn’t decide on the current title or ‘Making Hay With Terry Graham’ both corny I know!  The top image appeared in Parade No.1489 (22 June, 1968) as the centrefold, but I’m unsure as to if the other related images appeared in the same edition or elsewhere?

More June in 3D

What better way to start the day than with June Palmers magnificent chest in all it’s glory and in 3D as well! This is another original JP image taken by John W and converted into 3D.  Some images and poses just lend themselves to be in 3D and this is one of them!

Note: This is an original image and subject to this copyright notice, but can be shared as long as the image remains unaltered and this website is acknowledged as the source.