Someone recently asked if I had any shots of Dawn similar to this post of Sophia Dawn. Although I have 100’s of shots of Dawn both naked and dressed I currently have nothing similar. But looking through my collection I did come across this wonderful shot of Dawn in black.
Dressed in black bra and panties with matching heels and tan suspenders Dawn looks perfect! This come from the same photoset as this shot of her posing on the same set. I think you will agree it may not have the frills of Sophia, but it is equally as encapsulating in it’s own way 🙂
Another delivery today of more magazines from my contact in Austria. This time a more varied selection than last with several different publications. Several more mint condition magazines from Nordisk Bladcentral, including a run of Modern Girls. Plus some more Exciting and Cover Girl magazines and then a few odd ones.
The Forms in Colour and Venus magazines are interesting in that they feature shots taken by Harrison Marks. The Forms in Color features all of his shots in colour and plenty of uncensored views of familiar models including Dawn Grayson on the cover.
The final magazine is Colour Girls No.31, which is a large format magazine with 48 pages of Busty beauties. These include several shots of Sylvia McFarland, Roberta Pedon, Uschi Digart and many more.
Another fabulous set of magazines to add to the collection, I’ve just got to find time to scan them all now 🙂
Toni Ash from Kamera No.89 P17 (1986) taken by Harrison Marks in the living room at his flat. Toni was a stunning late 1960’s model with her short hair, fabulous figure and thick lush pussy. You don’t get to see much bush in this shot, but still a great shot of her figure as she kneels in that funky chair!
A beautiful rear view of Susana Hase by Howard Roark. Taken from a set of contact sheets you can’t beat this rear view of Susana with her white bottom and small puffie tit on show 🙂
Sad to report that Margaret Nolan an icon from the 1960’s sadly passed away last week. Margaret died last Monday age 76. She had a very varied career and is remembered mostly for appearing in Goldfinger and as the gold painted model in the iconic title sequence, several Carry on films plus many TV shows. Later in her life she was also a prominent artist showing off collages of her work as a model.
What many outlets are not reporting is her early work as a glamour model for the likes of Harrison Marks. She seemed to have moved away and forgotten this part of her career, but we all remember it well. The shot above being one of my favourite GHM shots of Margaret 🙂
I also met Margaret a few years back and a conference and she was fabulous to talk to and its sad to hear of her passing today. Another glamour legend no longer with us and 2020 being a year to totally forget!