Worth a Look!

Louise Worth by Harrison Marks posing nude on a big round seating area on the Hollywood set.

Taken in the mid 1960’s at Lily Place studio’s a great colour image of Louise showing off her body with two of the best bodies either side of her. They are of course sketches of two of the most famous GHM models Pamela Green and June Palmer, but which is which?

Gwen Ford – A Cat’s View!

Another shot of Gwen Ford posing on the bed in the flat of Harrison Marks from an original negative. Gwen appears twice in the 1965 Kamera Special No.5, both shots of her posing in GHM’s flat on a bed as above, but this rear view doesn’t appear. 

Great view of Gwen’s rounded rear 🙂

Anna Verdi – Chaise Lounge Beauty

The beautiful frame of Anna Verdi posing for Harrison Marks. From a set of images of Anna posing around what seems to be an ornate living room set including chaise lounge. An elegant pose of Anna naked and showing her slimline figure as she kneels on the chaise lounge.

A Colourful Front & Rear

A couple of very colourful views both in terms of content and colour from Exciting No.26 (1969). Another full magazine scan from my collection of Exciting & Cover Girl magazines showing off some fabulous views of a European model. Loving the hair and heels in the shot and think the pink bi-colouring emphasises the model and view quite well.

June Palmer – Red Stocking Strip Revisited

I’d forgotten about this set of photo’s from a 35mm film strip containing 37 various images on June Palmer in the red stockings. This is a more mature June from the 1980’s with the fuller figure and bosom. I should really publish them in order, but I just liked this shot of her posing on her hands and knees! 

I’m currently going through this set and re-editing them and realized how many unseen older sets of June Palmer I actually have! I might just post one or two publicly then put the whole set into a gallery for members, what do you think?

I mustn’t forget a thank you to John W for sending me such a huge archive of June over the years, which I’ve never forgotten about 🙂