Jean Sporle – Smiling Window Beauty (Original)

A different view on things in more than one way, with Jean Spaul posing for Harrison Marks as she hangs out of the window nude! A very simple but effective shot of Jean and I love the curve of bum in this shot and clever use of the window allowing us to see it through the glass.

I also love this shot of Jean as it’s so infectious with her fabulous big laughing smile, but it does make you wonder what was making her laugh so much.

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Jean Sporle – Reclined Exposure! (Original)

It must be my week for nice surprises, as I was contacted last night by none other than the fabulous Jean Sporle, who came across my site and contacted me. Jean is now 83 and blessed with good health and still going strong, which is fantastic to hear and still does the odd bit of fashion modeling, Wow!

Jean like myself is also keen on knowing if some of the great models back then are still around, hence looking through the site. I’ve passed on the models I know are still around and it’s great to hear that Jean is going strong and loving the times she had back with Harrison Marks and Pamela Green.

Above is a stunning shot of Jean reclining nude on a sofa and highlighted by the natural light from a window above. This is from a restored Pamar slide and taken back in the late 50’s by Harrison Marks at his flat he shared with Pam in Hampstead. A stunning shot of a fabulous lady and so glad she made contact πŸ™‚

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A Trio of Bronzed Beauties – Kamera No.31 Cover (1960)

Mary Deigham, Jean Spaul (Sporle) and of course Pamela Green on the cover of Kamera No.31 (1960). All looking rather tanned as they pose nude, but Pam tanned more than the others, as I think she regularly topped up that tan at nudist camps πŸ™‚

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Pam & Jean – Window With a View! (Original)

Another view of Pamela Green and Jean Spaul (Sporle) posing for Harrison Marks as they look out of the living room window nude! A very simple but effective shot of Pam and Jean and I love the curve of Jean’s bum in this shot and the curves of both figures. Clever use of the lighting from the window, highlighting different parts of both Jean and Pam’s beautiful figures.

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