Someone reminded me today that I hadn’t posted a shot recently of the stunning Velam Loftus, so here is a new shot of her. Taken by Harrison Marks on the African set in 1967 it shows Velma posing topless in what looks like a leopard skin skirt sat on a leopard skin covered sofa. How much leopard skin can you have in one shot, as GHM obviously loved it in this shot! Although Velma does look rather good sat amongst all those spots 🙂
Velma Loftus posing with opened blouse and trousers on the cottage kitchen set. A simple but stunning shot of her, but I’m not sure the combination of apple and cigarette at the same time is really that good for you, health wise! This comes from an original negative that I’ve not seen published anywhere else to my knowledge.
One of the later models, Velma first arrived for an interview at Harrison Marks’ Lily Place studios in December 1967. GHM did his first shoot with her at his flat and several other sessions followed including one on the cottage kitchen set, one on the dungeon set and a third on the African set between December 1967 and March ’68. Solo No.59 includes photos of Velma from all the shoots and other shots appear in Kamera No.86, No.87 and No.89, which she appears on the cover. The only shot of her posing on the cottage kitchen set appears to be in the last edition of Kamera No.89 P47 (1968). She also appears in several uncensored shots in Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.2 and the 1st edition of New Kamera No.1 P45 (1969). Not only did Velma have a slender figure and a cracking pair of tits, she also had a fabulous thick dark unkempt bush on her, that is a wonder to see in the uncensored shots.
Velma was also Miss November in the 1969 Kamera Calendar and appears in two HM 8mm glamour movies, No.E19, ‘Cat Girl’ (1968) and No.E310, which was only released on the Continent.