Sally Ann Scott posing on the loft set from an original scan of a medium format negative in my collection. This particular shot appeared in Kamera No.57 P39 (1964).
Sally Ann posed for Harrison Marks on three separate occasions in the studio between 1960 and 1961. Images from those sessions were to appear in Kamera No.30 (1960) and then in No’s 33, 41, 42, 47, 57, and finally one shot each in No.64 & No.74.
This has to be one of my favourite shots of Sally Ann though. You get a perfect shot of her slender body and smooth pussy as she poses for the master 🙂
Another shot of Pat Davis by Harrison Marks posing on the loft set as she sits on a crate with an artists paint brush! This shot first appeared in Kamera No.23 P32 (1959), but this is from the original medium format negative in my collection.
A beautiful shot of Pat as she toys with that brush and such a fabulous view of her figure. A glimpse of one of the first Kamera calendars in the background featuring Pamela Green as well.
You can see all of the shots I’ve posted of Pat on the loft set so far here.
The stunning Erica by Harrison Marks from an original Pamar 35mm slide in vibrant colours. This shot shows Erica sat on a bed on the loft set showing off her magnificent big tits. A perfect shot from this growing set and thanks as always to Kevin for allowing me to share.
A colourful rear view of Hanna Viek. This could have been a Harrison Marks shot, as it looks to be on the loft set, but unverified. A great smile and great view of Hanna’s big tits and bottom. A much more tasteful shot than some of Hanna’s later work 😉
Another original medium format negative scan of Georgette Gautier (Terry Maloney) by Harrison Marks. Posing on the loft set, images from this set went on to appear in Kamera No.29 (1960). Georgette had fabulous curves and a rather gorgeous set of large tits. A fabulous shot of Georgette and you can just see a hint of her smooth pussy below 🙂
As a reminder the prints in the background of this shot are Divan Japonais and “Jane Avril” at the Jardin De Paris, 1893 by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.