The gorgeous Pamela Alexander taken by Paul Pantha (Terry Sparks). Taken down in Pegwell Bay on a chilly day as she strips off in the dunes. Terry remembers it being a rough old day with a cold Easterly blowing. Pam did well to not look too cold, although the hard nipples give it away!
Fabulous view of Pamela topless with jeans open from a set of contact sheets in my collection 🙂
Another one of the few shot I have of Angela Jones with dark hair. I’m not sure if it was a wig or dyed, but probably a wig. This shot taken by Harrison Marks has Angela kneeling on the front lawn at Walden Manor over looking the drive and house. Looking very dark and broody you do get to see her figure, but the style of pose gives only a partial view of everything else 😉
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 🙂
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
Another shot of Bobby Sparrow taken by Terry Sparks at Pegwell Bay, Kent in 1972. This shot comes from a set of original contact sheets by Terry and distributed to Lilo Korenjack who was his agent in Baden-Baden, Germany back in the 70’s. I fortunately came across these and many other contact sets (over 700 contact sheets scanned so far!) by accident via Lilo’s niece and now they are part of my collection.
A great shot of Bobby perched atop that piece of wood on the beach and a great smile too 🙂