Ann Wilson on the cover of Solo No.44 (1965) at Walden Manor. Nice dimples!
Another shot of Gloria Lomax posing at the top of a staircase at Walden Manor by Harrison Marks. The other shot I’ve published is here, and I assume it is from the same shoot as the hair style is the same and as she is wearing the same earrings? I also believe that this colour shot of Gloria is also from the same shoot, but I’ve incorrectly identified the location as Ewhurst rather than Walden. All three shots are fabulous and give us great views of Gloria 🙂
Note: This is image is from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice.
Monique posing in the garden at Walden Manor (I think!) leaning over an ornamental planter and showing off her curvaceous body. If you look closely you can see that Monique has two nasty scars down the inside of her wrist, which I hadn’t noticed before, not that I would as I tend to be looking elsewhere! I wonder what they were all about? Thanks to Kevin for sending over this shot of Monique by Harrison Marks.
Ann Wilson posing in a pond from P33 of Solo No.44 (1965) by Harrison Marks and dedicated entirely to Ann.
I always assumed that this pond was in the grounds of Ewhurst Manor, but it wasn’t until Terry Sparks mentioned it, that the pond is actually in the grounds of Walden Manor, not Ewhurst. If you look on Google maps the pond is no longer there, but if you were to look at the front of the house it would have been down the left hand side, where a patio now stands between the house and large tree.
I’ve also seen images of Monique Devereux, Barbara Halks and Stevie Vaughan standing in the same pond as well. It must have been bloody cold and not that clean, so makes you wonder how GHM talked them into getting in the pond!
Ann Wilson from Solo No.44 (1965) posing in the open door of Harrison Marks white Buick, which was used in a number of shoots. This shot clearly shows the tax disc on the side window giving the date of January 1965, which always helps when trying to date a photo. Not to be distracted at peripheral stuff, Ann looks equally stunning stood in that open door nude and I’d grab a ride with her any day!
An uncensored shot of Julie Collins posing amongst the branches of a willow tree in the grounds of
Ewhurst Walden Manor. This shot comes from Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.2 (1969), which has the uncensored shots of images that originally appeared in Kamera and other publications. A great shot of Julie with the pond in the background and she sure did have a full magnificent bush to show off when allowed!
Ann Wilson, another favourite redhead of mine and one that is also mistaken in some shots for the other redhead, Dawn Grayson. This may be due to the fact that both posed outdoors for GHM with his White Buick
and both have similar body shapes.
Ann started posing for Harrison Marks in 1964 and the above shot comes from Solo No.44 (1965) dedicated to her. Ann was one of the few models to be shot by GHM in the house and grounds at a manor in Orpington, which we now know was Walden Manor. So it seems that the shots of Ann, Dawn and others with the White Buick may well have taken place at Walden and Not Ewhurst.
A great shot of Ann above and now I have many more to share thanks to getting a great copy of Solo No.44.
After commenting yesterday that I was running out of snow shots for the festive season up popped this shot in my inbox from Terry, with the following note:
‘Looking at the site today I see that you say you are running out of snow pictures. I thought you may like the attached shot of me working with a French girl called Marieange, in the snow at Walden Manor. The quality is not great, it’s from a print given to me by Jim Clark (owner of Walden Manor) who took it. This was my first shoot with this girl and I also had a session with her and Rena Brown working together behind closed doors in a Boutique in Camden Town.’
Fantastic candid shot of Terry himself at work, although I’m not sure about the white winter coat and the poor girl must have been frozen like that! I’d love to see some of the Rena Brown shots as have so few of her for the site, but a big thanks to Terry for this great shot and always worth sharing.