The beautiful Sally Dixon showing off her perfect figure through opened blue dress. This comes from a set of restored 35mm colour slides featuring Sally in various outfits and nude. She is also posing in front of a wicker room divider.
Sally was definitely a popular model back in the day as she appeared in various magazines and worked throughout the industry and posed at several studio’s. That probably explains why there are so many negative sets of her available. She seems to be as popular today as she was back in her prime, but what do you expect with a body like that!
A classic shot from an original 35mm colour Esquire slide. Taken by Russell Gay it shows a curvy figure of a model I should be able to identify! I know someone is going to tell me straight away who it is. For now her name slips my mind, but a beautiful shot of a classic model with regulation red lips and beauty spot 🙂
A very posed shot from Sophia Dawn in the studio. She actually looks like a shop mannequin in this pose holding the beaded necklace and looking away from the camera. This comes from an original 35mm colour slide and shows Sophia’s great figure and hips. You also get just a hint of more as well 😉
A beautifully restored 35mm colour slide of Margaret Warhurst. A very classical study of Margaret kneeling on a red chair from a Walton Slide in my collection.
A beautiful shot of a smiling unknown model from a 35mm colour slide sent over by Paul from Firebird Records. Such a great smile from this model as she sits atop a fireplace mantal showing off her body. I’d guess the shot was taken late 1960’s or early 70’s based on the full bush on show between the open legs and taken at Scottlee studios in London.
No idea who the model is unless someone can ID her? The shot also has a Georgian feel to it with the wallpaper in the background and the choker she is wearing.
Thanks to Paul from Firebird for sending over this shot and several others and he’s currently selling several sets of 35mm slides over on eBay.