A couple of different shots of June Palmer now, in that they are not the normal glamour shots, but a few candid holiday shots. These were taken out and about in Corsica in 1966, probably by Arthur Howell and show June looking in shops and posing in front of some Grand Gala fly posters. The poster has the dates of 11th & 12th July 1966 for the Gala, so we can assume the year is correct even if the dates aren’t accurate.
Some great shots showing a different side of June, but never fear normal service will be resumed shortly 🙂
Thanks to John for sharing these with me from his collection 🙂
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I’ve been scouring the archive’s for inspiration for my 500th post, but nothing jumped out until I saw these again. I decided the post should be JP related, but wanted something different, so when I saw these it was decided!
June Palmer in the late 1960’s on holiday diving! One with her in scuba gear preparing to dive and then two of her doing some nude snorkeling (my favourites!) Apart from her great bum, the two underwater shots are fantastic and love the bubbles surrounding her on the last shot. I’ve done very little to these shots apart from some minor colour adjustments and removing the odd blemish, but the quality on the underwater shots was amazing!
These were probably taken by Arthur Howell on holiday and again the best guess is Corsica as it seems to be a favourite holiday location.
So this was my 500th post since March when I started this blog, Wow! Thanks must go to all the contributors who have helped with the quality of this blog and the fantastic original photo’s that have been sent to me, including John W who provided the 3 images above and allowing me to share them!
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