S is for Sophia Dawn looking damn sexy in this shot wearing long black gloves, black corset and stockings as she sits straddling a chair. Not a Harrison Marks shot, but from a ToCo publication such as Spick & Span, but for the life of me can’t remember which one or the edition?
Y is for Nicole Yerner, another model that posed for Harrison Marks but unfortunately I have no actual shots of her by GHM, but she did appear in two adult home movies including ‘Nicole’ and his Maximus Films release ‘Aphrodesia Part 2’. These two shots of Nicole come from a different publication, similar to Range or SBS, but I couldn’t identify this particular title.
You can’t beat a good thick bush to kick things off with the 2016 Kamera Club Xmas Calendar and what a fine bush it is! An unknown model from the 1970’s showing off her beautiful figure, long flowing hair and a pussy of thick curls, wonderful view! Not to mention the collar and cuffs match as well 🙂
Thanks to Kevin for this superb shot from his collection.
I thought I’d do my alternative advent calendar again this year and continue the festive fun! On the run up to Christmas links will appear below each letter as we get closer to Christmas, with each letter linking to a new image of a model or subject starting with that letter. Clicking the active link below the letter opens up the surprise 🙂
Normal posts will continue to appear below this post – Enjoy!
An original shot of Penny Winters kneeling in the shallow waters on the sea edge on Bedruthen beach, Cornwall taken in May 1966. Penny was one of five models taken by Harrison Marks for the 2nd week of the Bedruthen shoot, the others included Alicen Warden (Robyn), Samantha, Gill Evans and Wendy James. Penny was a smaller framed model with small perky tits and shaven down below and this shot is a particularly good one of her, although I think she needs warming up looking at the goosebumps on her!
This shot came from a scan of an original negative and as far as I’m aware wasn’t used in the published version of ‘Kamera on Location 1966’, but may have been published at a later date in one of the regular Kamera editions, although I’ve not come across it yet. Still a stunning seaside pose from Penny!
Note: This is an image from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice