Pamela Green – Solo No.20 Cover (1961)

Back to basics with the cover of Solo No.20 (1961) featuring none other than the fabulous Pamela Green. Photographed and produced by Harrison Marks these magazines were dedicated entirely to his most popular models and Pam was without a doubt his earliest and most popular model, so much so that she appears twice in Solo, once as herself and once as her alter-ego Rita Landre.

The cover itself is a stunning shot of Pam posing on the witches coven set with her long fur cape draped open to reveal her exquisite body beneath šŸ™‚

More Backstage in Black! (1959)

Another shot of Madeleine Mado (Maria Hale), Mary Deighan and Pamela Green posing in the dressing room from a 35mm Pamar colour slide. I love the fact it looks like just a snapshot of them all as they undress, but Iā€™m sure it was posed, which shows how natural all three were at posing. Pam looks great stepping out of that petticoat revealing her black underwear šŸ™‚

Swinging With Pam! (Original)

Another shot of Pamela Green from Naked As Nature Intended (1961) sat leaning back on a swing at Speilplatz Naturist Club. A clever shot by of her leaning back and we just get a view of her nipples as we look down her glorious body!

Princess Sonmar Harriks – Black on White! (Original)

Pamela Green as Princess Sonmar Harricks posing nude on the loft set and photographed by Harrison Marks. I’m not sure this is a very politically correct shot in the current environment, but when has this site ever been politically correct with the content it shows? Imagine the uproar and offence such a photo would cause today, if a current famous model ‘blacked up’ and posed like this. I’m not condoning racism or anything like that, but people seem to get offended in today’s society over the least little thing and then things just seem to be blow out of all proportion, just saying!

Life was much simpler back then, as it just wasn’t seen or even perceived as being an issue, just a fabulous nude model posing as a dark skinned beauty for all to enjoy. Pam looks stunning in this shot leaning against the wall on the loft set and you can’t actually tell the skin colour isn’t real as it looks flawless and must have taken hours to apply.

A Bit of a Stretch From Pam! (Original)

Pamela Green having a bit of a bend and stretch on a beach on the Isles of Scilly in 1958. Taken by Harrison Marks this comes from an original medium format negative and is a superb shot of the fabulous Pam bending and showing off that stunning figure. This shot didn’t actually make it into Kamera on Location, but surely it was good enough to appear in other publications?