The dark delight of Agnes Grieves taken by Terry Sparks taken on 21st September 1971. Another shot of Agnes from a set of original contact sheets posing in and around a house often used by Terry. This time a bathroom shot of Agnes stood naked in the bath covered in water droplets and showing off her fabulous body. At first I wasn’t sure, but I also think she’s wearing a wig.
You also get to see much more of her than in the first shot here, with a view of her full thick pussy. I also love the pose and the way she’s looking down as she cups those small rounded tits 🙂
Now for a shot from my all time favourite set featuring Dawn Grayson and she’s not even nude! I’ve been in love with this different set of images of Dawn since I started collection memorabilia of Dawn and I’ve been searching for originals from this set since then. I originally came across several shots of Dawn from this set in Spick & Span Extra No.31 and loved it. There is something about seeing Dawn in a bath full of water still partially dressed in her wet underwear and stockings and she just looks so damn sexy. I’m sure it wasn’t as sexy and exciting as it looked in reality, but she sure pulled it off well.
Anyway I finally got hold of one of the original medium format negatives as you see above, but would love to get hold of more, but they seem very hard to come by for some reason. Anyway if anyone knows where I can get hold of the others or even high res digital scans of the originals I would be eternally grateful. Dawn at her sexiest in my mind 🙂
Fran Dorn by Terry Sparks from a fabulous set of shots of her posing in different rooms of a house, including this shot of her in the bath! Fran also posed for Terry under the name Frankie Martin, so I have plenty of her to come from both sets.
I do love this set of her posing in the bath and a different shot from behind as she kneels with one leg up on the edge of the bath. A very frisky shot of her squeezing one small tit and giving us a delicious view of what lies between her legs. A differing style of photo from Terry as you moved into the 1970’s, where the shots and poses became more provocative in nature rather than glamour. Not a complaint just an observation 🙂