The beautiful double delights of Ann Austin from an original 35mm colour slide. Sat on a stool in a living room this is only one of two shots of Ann I have in my collection. Unfortunately both suffer from the magenta fade of the colours, but this one isn’t that bad.
Regardless it’s a great shot showing off Ann’s figure and big tits and worthy of a post whatever condition 🙂
Pamela Green from a scan from an original medium format negative posing on the saloon set by Harrison Marks. Pam looks as stunning as ever posing naked against the saloon bar in the boa, big hat and fancy boots. I also love the wanted poster to the left! Trigger Shongold is none other than Stuart Samuels, Harrison Marks long time friend who pops up in numerous guises in various glamour films and images by GHM.
A fabulous still of Pam on the saloon set showing off her classic body and figure 🙂
A scan from an original 35mm colour slide in my collection of Toni Austin. Not a model I’d come across before, but liked the image so bought the slide. The red curtain background is used again and I love the lighting and shadows across Toni’s body in the shot. Toni has a great figure, especially that smooth raised mound fully on show. Another model with rather a pronounced scar down one side, probably from an appendectomy from it’s position?
The slide itself was a Kodachrome transparency and No.22 of the set and dated October 1965. Unfortunately this was the only one I managed to get from the set 🙁
A cheeky one of Valerie Jones kneeling on the bed by Harrison Marks. Another shot of Valerie Jones from The Fabulous Valerie Jones published by Gold Star publications. This shot appeared on P3 and shows Valerie kneeling on the infamous bed with metal fame. A great view of her figure and cheeky little bum 🙂
Another welcoming view of a model named as Josie Montya by Harrison Marks. Posing naked leaning back on a sofa and showing off her body. and half and half view of her pussy. I’ve said before several shots of Josie appear in New Kamera No.1 (1969) under the title ‘Just Josie’, hence the title.