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
Things are definitely warming up on more than one front here, so it seems appropriate to try and keep cool with this fabulous shot of June Simpson posing in a red paddling pool! This is the 3rd 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 were of June Simpson in a garden setting, of which I’ve now published 3 here.
The garden although I’ve not mentioned it before is actually at Ewhurst and it’s the front lawn with the drive just in view. Just as well it was a secluded front garden away from the road, otherwise what a view you would have had walking past!
What a fabulous view of June keeping cool and it makes you want to just jump in and join her for more than one reason!
A stunning rear view of June Simpson taken by Harrison Marks in 1958 in the conservatory of Pamela Green’s parents. It’s a perfect view of June’s figure and rounded rear, along with that very 1950’s style platinum blonde hair. There is also a hint of pussy between those legs or at least an outline, but think this is the most I’ve ever seen from June down there! In fact I don’t recall seeing any uncensored shots of June that go further than this?
Images of June and Pam from this shoot appeared in Kamera No.18 and No.19 and some shots of June in Solo No.5 but I’ve not seen this shot published, unless of course I missed it!
June Simpson from a scan of an original Pamar colour slide. Another Harrison Marks shot from this studio set of June, but this has great use of shadows to give June’s back and bottom great shape and contrast. Love June in this set and her arse 🙂
A very elegant pose of June Simpson in the 1950’s by Harrison Marks. Taken in one of the bedrooms in his flat, a simple shot using the natural light from the window to highlight the profile features and figure of June as she poses kneeling on the bed, as a ceramic cat looks on! A simply stunning view.