What better way to start the week than with a glorious shot of Margaret Nolan doing a spot of nude sunbathing on the front lawn at Ewhurst Manor taken by Harrison Marks. As the weather seems to be turning nice in the UK this week, one can only dream of seeing such bathing beauties on the front lawns near me!
Thanks to Kevin for this superb shot of Margaret 🙂
Valerie Williams from the start of a small set of silver gelatin photo’s from the late 1950’s. They feature her teasing us from behind a towel and revealing that fabulous curvy body and round firm tits that seem to have caught the sun!
The beautiful Pamela Green and Jean Spaul (Sporle) in glorious colour, as those pose for Harrison Marks on the balcony of the flat he shared with Pam in Hampstead. Taken around 1960 this colour shot shows the contrast between the redheaded Jean and her pale skin and the darker tanned form of Pamela. A perfect pose shot of the two and a perfect pose, similar to this shot from the same set.
Thanks to Simon for sending through this scan of this original negative from his Pam archive.
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Julie (Shearing) covering her lower region with a towel from an image from Solo No.4 P14 (1958) by Harrison Marks and totally dedicated to images of Julie. We know from previous uncensored images of Julie here, that the towel had plenty to cover!
A stunning view in more than one way of Jean Spaul (Sporle) and Pamela Green. Taken by Harrison Marks on the balcony of the apartment he owned with Pam down in Hampstead and obviously a good position for a spot of nude sunbathing! The original cropped version of Pam and Jean together on this balcony was published in Kamera No.27 P27 (1960) and also features several other shots of the two, in and around the grounds of the apartment.
Thanks to Simon for sending through this scan of this original negative. Interestingly the actual negative, along with others that Simon has sent through has blue marking or pen added over the pubic regions. One assumes this may have been added as part of the developing process to hide sensitive bits when printed for publication? Anyone heard of this before, as it’s the first I’ve seen or heard about it. Thankfully modern scanners can be adapted to remove the blue colour, so we get to see Jean and Pam in all their fully glory, or at least a peak at it!
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