After my post yesterday about Leslie Bainbridge I thought it was about time I dug out another shot from this set. The 9th glass photographic plate of June Palmer taken by Leslie Bainbridge in the studio (12th August, 1960).
This shot has June laying against some pillows, one knee raised as she rests an arm on the knee. A beautiful view of June’s young full figure as she looks at the camera and casting a shadow behind her. Unfortunately there is a shadow on the left hand side and in other shots I wasn’t sure if that was in the studio at the time or on the glass plate itself. This shot seems to show that it was a shadow in the studio as it curves in the bottom left of the shot.
So a two for one in this shot, another Leslie Bainbridge shot and of the fabulous June Palmer, prefect! The new gallery for photos by Leslie Bainbridge should be up and running at some point today and will again be broken down by models as with Terry Sparks and Howard Roark where I have enough photos of each model 🙂
It’s June Palmer posing in the studio with that broom handle again! A beautiful studio shot and very similar to this shot taken of June by Stefan Glass, My extreme gratitude must go to John W for sending me scans of his original negatives and contact sheets and allowing me to share them here. It’s still a stunning view of Junes figure from when she was young 🙂
A collection of shots of a young June Palmer from the late 1950’s posing on a bed wearing a familiar pair of animal print panties and bamboo wallpaper in the background. These come from a collection of 20 black and white prints, along with several colour slides from the same set, plus 12 colour 3D Stereoview Slides in my collection.
Another shot from this set of images of a young June posing in leggings (not tights as someone pointed out!) in the ruins of a castle. These came from John W and his complete set of black and white 35mm negatives of June.
A third shot from the set of June Palmer photo’s by Stefan Glass showing a full on uncensored view of June posing by the window. I love how the light comes through the open window to light up the curves of her fabulous body as she looks out! Definitely a room with a view from both inside and outside if you happen to look up at this point 🙂