A different shot of Teri Martine and Hazel Taylor than the normal glamour shot we are used to seeing! Teri and Hazel in some fetish rubber gear by Leonard Burtman and bet it was fun getting in and out of those outfits! Hazel seems to be the dominant one of the two as that looks to be some type of rubber maids outfit that Teri is wearing, kinky!
Go grab your old Red/Cyan 3D Glasses again as I present to you once more Margaret Nolan in eye popping 3D! Those boobs just jump out at you from the screen, although the arm and hand seem to be heading this way as well. Obviously 3D technology has moved on since this, but what better way to put those old 3D glasses to use, than by looking at gorgeous naked bodies such as Margarets 😉
Crushing corsets it’s June Russell on the cover of the Harrison Marks publication Femme. The first issue of Femme appeared in the summer of 1958 It had a Harrison Marks’ photograph of June Russell on the cover but it featured photographs ‘from Britain, America and the Continent’ of nude and semi-nude female models by other photographers as well as GHM himself. The 1958 edition had no issue number and may have been a one-off, but another issue appeared some time later. From this issue ‘Femme’ reverted to the tried and tested 7″x 5″ pocketbook size and appeared as The New Femme No.1.
Stunning shot of June Russell in white corset, pink frilly knickers and fishnets and the floral wallpaper makes an appearance in many of GHM’s early shots.
Teri Martine enjoying a naked teasing romp on a bed with female friend and both look to be enjoying the situation. Probably taken when Teri moved over to the US the other model looks like the same one as in this shot with Teri as well, although they are both wearing glasses and more clothing in the other shot :).
Another exquisite shot of Pamela Green as Rita Landre taken by Harrison Marks in the living room of his Gerard Street flat. This shot is also another of those rarer uncensored shots of Pamela with her shaved pubic area just on display. A wider version but censored of this shot appeared in Solo No.13 P29 (1959) which was dedicated to images of Rita Landre. As always a beautiful shot of Pam/Rita and it always amazes me how realistic the wig looked on her, so much so for ages I thought it was real!
As some may know GHM was a cat lover and one of his many ceramic cats can be seen in the corner of this shot.