Audrey Crane posing in the studio for Harrison Marks from an original negative scan. This shot was actually published in Kamera No.37 P27 (1961) along with several others of Audrey stripping from a very over the top dress edged with big spotted frills!
The models known as Vicky & Stevie (Vaughan) from Kamera No.83 P27 (1967) posing precariously on a swing for Harrison Marks! I’ve published a few shots of Vicky and her harsh hair style before, but only one shot of Stevie here, so time for one of them both together. They tended to appear together and separately in the later editions of Kamera and were the slimmer type of model with smaller tits, rather than some of the more rubenesque models we’ve come to love and know.
A great shot of the two together with lovely smiles as well as everything else on show 🙂
A couple of beauties of Ann Austin from Solo No.1 (1958) by Harrison Marks, which contains 32 pages dedicated to Ann and her ample figure and boobs. The top shot (P14) gives us a great view of Ann’s assets, whilst the bottom shot (P27) has her in some black panties and a very tight, waist crushing belt with her arms across her chest trying to hide her ample bosom, and failing!
Two perfect examples of Ann at her best.
A very made-up Jean Spaul (Sporle) from Kamera Special No.2 P27 (1958). Jean with her hair pulled back and big dangly earrings, again with striking make-up, what I can’t make my mind up about though, is if she was ‘blacked up’ in this shot? Similar to Pamela Green as Princess Sonmar Harriks I’ve seen shots in Kamera of Jean ‘blacked up’ from head to foot, but can’t quite decide if this is one of those shots, or just her make-up and lighting?
An unusual shot from an original negative of Virginia Green by Harrison Marks. This has Virginia posing amongst some very familiar props that have appeared numerous times in other shots by GHM. The more important question about this shot is, who’s hand is that in the top right of the shot? Obviously helping with the lighting it’s a female hand with well manicured nails, so possibly Pamela Green helping out?
Not the most obvious shot to buy or post, but I loved it for the fact it has Virginia Green all smooth and uncensored, all the different props in it I can identify and of course the hand! Finally I’m not sure what that is that Virginia Green is barely wearing, but was it worth it?
The cropped version of this shot of Virginia appears in Solo No.15 P27 (1960)