As regulars will know I’ve got a thing for redheads, especially a couple of vintage glamour models in the shapely forms of Dawn Grayson and of course this descending beauty Ann Wilson. A stunning shot of Ann taken by Harrison Marks coming down one of the stairways at Ewhurst Manor that shows off Ann’s figure perfectly. Not only that but you also get great view of her perfectly smooth mound and small perky tits. My only complaint if there is one is I’d have loved to have seen this shot in colour as well, but then I’m just being greedy 🙂
A beautiful shot of a dusky beauty in front of a bamboo room divider from an original 10 by 8 print from the collection of John f that I recently scanned. The beauty in question seems to be 1960’s UK model Dania Faber (Montez) and not Gay Simmons. I have several prints of her from John plus I realized I had an original 35mm negative of her, but she’s dressed in that one.
A stunning shot of Dania with her small pert tits and slender body and what looks like a smooth pussy and she definitely looks to be of Indian descent. A big Thanks also to Tonal Range for point out it was Dania not Gay 🙂
The third post of the Good Girls Gone Bad set this time featuring a very sunny outlook. This is Karen by Edmund Leja posing outdoors and enjoying the sun on her naked body and hairy pussy with a very sweet smile. What members see is the bad side of Karen where she’s exposing a lot more of herself to the sun! Hope she put suntan cream on as you don’t want to burn those bits! Fabulous shot of another good girl gone bad 🙂
Who needs the EU when you’ve got great British assets like Diane Grant on hand to help with things! A superb shot of UK model Diane Grant from an original set of 35mm black and white negatives sent over by Paul from Firebird Records. To be honest this was before we joined the EU in the 1960’s, but hell I’d handle her with care that’s for sure, especially with that figure and thick bush! More from this set to come as I have 2 more shots from this set and hopefully more from Paul anon 🙂
As I’m going to be selling one of my contact sheets of Sylvia shortly I thought I’d post a shot from one of the the other sheets that I’ve already edited. A fantastic shot of Sylvia laying back naked in an armchair that for some reason makes those big tits of hers look even bigger! A beautiful view of everything that’s good about Sylvia 🙂
A beautiful shot of until now an unknown beauty taken by Harrison Marks, but now identified as British model Jane Steadman.
This shot was taken in front of the large willow tree on the front lawn at Ewhurst Manor and actually looks as though Jane is balancing on tiptoes like a ballerina. If you look closely though she is actually in mid air or mid jump when the shot was taken, which shows how good GHM was at his craft. To capture someone jumping mid air like that and to get the shot focused manually as it would have been back then is truly remarkable. That’s not to say it didn’t take multiple attempts, but compared to today where you can just keep shooting with instant results this is a superb shot of Jane. Jane also makes the shot work, not only with her slender body, small perky tits and fine bush, but also the perfect mid air pose 🙂
A big thank you must go to Paul from Firebird who’s been sending me multiple model lists and negative strips he’s acquired. Many of which have now helped me identify several more GHM and British models from the 1960’s including Jane.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted from one of my favourite magazines, so time for some Mayfair magazine deliciousness! This time it’s Lorraine Bishop by John Allum from Mayfair Vol.14 No.4 (April 1979) and her beautiful body and thick lush bush. She appeared in all her glory in 10 images across 6 pages of this edition and members can see all 6 full pages, plus close-ups of all 10 shots. Oh for the memories of Mayfair in the 70’s and the big full on bushes like Lorraine’s, not everyone’s cup of tea but it sure brings back some vivid memories from my teen years!
I published this shot of Madeline Collinson by Harrison Marks back in 2014, but that was a scan of a very poor print and things have moved on since then. Now I have the original negative plus a few more, so thought it was time to update the image with a much crisper and cleaner shot. A much better view of Madeline’s figure and smooth neat mound as she poses in the grounds of Ewhurst Manor 🙂