The stunningly gorgeous Lynn Shaw and those perfectly luscious lips! Although taken in the mid 1950’s this version of the shot appears in Fotag No.2 (1962), but it originally appeared in Kamera No.2 (1957). Lynn Shaw is without doubt one of the most stunning early GHM models I have seen with those eyes and lips!
I’ve published a set of the Fotag magazine covers here, but I’m not sure if it’s a full set as even the official GHM publication database only lists 6 issues, whereas I have 8 covers! Apart from its title and the fact that it did not carry the name ‘Harrison Marks’ on its cover, it is in virtually every other respect just like Kamera, with 48 pages plus cover in the same format and layout. Even many of the photographs reproduced were the same photos used in Kamera and other associated magazines.
Nearly all of the shots I have of Rosalie Peters have her posing on the Lily Place set in snow with long blonde wig or with her hair up in a ponytail. This is the first I’ve seen of her without a wig and her hair down and must say I much prefer this look! This shot comes from Kamera No.81 (1967) and is one of two shots of her in this edition, the second also with her hair down but a fuller body shot. If you read the details about Rosalie in the Harrison Marks Model Database, she only did one full shoot for GHM at Lily Place, so one assumes that included these shots, as well as the winter shots that appear in Kamera No.79.
She also made one glamour film , No.87, ‘Keep Young & Beautiful’ filmed on the bathroom set, where GHM did take some more stills of her, but again with her hair up! I think this shot must be my favourite though.
Would you believe that one of the top 5 most viewed posts on this site also includes a Lambretta scooter and June with Eve Eden and they’re not even naked! So he is another studio shot of June posing on a Lambretta, this time showing us a little more in the way of flesh, but still sort of riding/mounting the Lambretta. I have one more shot of June with a Lambretta to post from John, but this is a much more formal shot. I bet this shot sold no end of these scooters with June posing on it like that!
Dawn Grayson on the cover and inside pages of the French publication Stop No.40 (1964). Mostly shots of Dawn dressed or posing around London and taken by Ed Alexander, but still worthy of a post on here as it’s Dawn!
Two more shots of June posing at Strobe Studios nude against a black background, highlighting the paleness of her naked form! Part of a set of shots I have been sent by John, with 7 shots in total so far. The first three shots of this shot posted here.
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