A different view of June Simpson. The introduction page of Solo No.5 (1958) dedicated to images of June Simpson by Harrison Marks. I have always been fascinated by Junes platinum blonde hair and striking facial features as much as her body. The introduction page gives a great profile view of her face and those perfectly plucked eyebrows and luscious lips.
Sometimes it’s not always about the naked bodies on here 😉
I love June Simpson and just can’t get enough of her curves and blonde ambition. This is one of my favourite shots of her that was originally published in Kamera Special No.1 P90 (1957). This is from an original print sent over by Kevin and much better quality.
I just love the way she is sat back on her heels showing off that great round arse as she slightly arches her back. A perfect blonde with a perfect body from the master.
Last shot of the week, so hope everyone is doing OK and staying safe 🙂
An absolute stunner of a shot featuring June Simpson posing on a window ledge by Harrison Marks. I’ve posted a copy of this before several years ago, but this is from the original negative. Interestingly this untouched shot shows that June had a rather nasty scar down the front of her stomach just below the belly button. On looking back through her images it seems she either hid the scar or posed in a way it wasn’t that visible. The early version here seems to have it airbrushed out as well.
A simply gorgeous shot of June and her figure by GHM 🙂
This is the final shot of 4 that comes from an Esquire colour slide set of 8 slides and was set No.48 featuring two models in two settings. There were four shots of June Simpson in a garden setting, of which I’ve now published all of them and you can see the set here.
The garden although I’ve mentioned it before is actually at Ewhurst and it’s the front lawn with the drive just in view. What a fabulous view of June kneeling in that paddling pool and a very odd but appealing set. Shame there weren’t more, as I’d love to have seen this set of photo’s expanded as there is so much potential to have with that pool 😉
A very unusual and flexible shot of June Simpson by Harrison Marks from a restored Pamar 35mm colour slide in my collection. What a pose from June Simpson showing off that fantastic flexible figure bent over backwards, giving us a different view of her body! Taken in the conservatory at Pamela Green’s parents house in Kent in 1958/59