Carrying on with the summer feeling with a favourite model from the 1980’s in the form of Karen Mifflin cooling off at the sea edge. It seems Karen had a propensity for sunny locations or getting wet as a model, as nearly all the shots I have of her involve her doing one or both, such as this shot.
Not that I’m complaining as this olive skinned beauty suns her fabulous body and dark lush bush, but that sand is going to be a bugger to get out that hair 😉
As we are in the middle of a heatwave here in the UK I thought it seemed appropriate to post some shots of Ann Walker having a drip in the sea! Ann looks fabulous in her bikini as she poses on the rocks and in the sea for Ed Alexander, both the photographer and her boyfriend at the time.
Not your usual glamour shot of Ann, but she sure seems to be enjoying the water, but I’m not sure if these shots warm me up or cool me down in the current climate 🙂
Time for another original photo directly from the collection of Terry Sparks, but this time a shot from the 1980’s. This stunner lying in the long grass with water running down those beautiful tits is Wendy Knight. Terry worked with her several times in the 80’s but he doesn’t think she worked for anyone else and I don’t recognise her? More to come from Terry and Wendy soon 🙂
An artistic view of two wet model bodies by Harrison Marks from an original negative. You would find arty shots like this dotted throughout Kamera during it’s publication run and like this one most focused on the tits and torso making it difficult to guess the models. I do love the figures in this one and how the water droplets sit on the skin and what fantastic figures on both.
As it would happen I believe I can name the models in this shot as I’ve seen similar shots of these two bodies all wet and posing together in Kamera No.17 (1959). I believe the body facing us belongs to Jean Sporle (Spaul) and the one with it’s side/back is Gaby Rougier . I’ve posted a shot of them together here from Kamera No.17 and the other shots of them together and wet match the figures in this shot.