Finishing off the model of the week Pamela Green with another of her creations in the form of fiery redhead Rita Landre. No boot polish or make-up this time for her creation, just a change in style and a long redheaded wig.
I’m not sure which of the two creations came first as both Sonmar Harriks and Rita appear in early photo’s from the end of the beginning of the 60’s. Looking at some rough timelines I think Rita was Pam’s first creation and this redhead sure had some good sets taken of her! The Alley set here is one of my particular favourites 🙂
That’s it for the first model of the week and what a start. Hopefully it has given you a few different views of one of my all time favourite models. Busy week next week so it may just be normal posts when I can, but Model of the week will return with another versatile favourite soon.
Continuing the model of the week with Pamela Green, today we have a later image. This shot of a maturing Pam was taken in 1973 at the age of 44 by Douglas Webb. It appears in The Pamela Green Nude Posing guide No.4 as pose No.357. This was the fourth and last posing guide produced by Pam and Douglas between 1970 and 73 and allowed people to purchase 10 by 8 prints of all the poses of Pam (£1 for 3 or 4 prints).
There are some truly stunning images throughout and as you can see her body looks as good as ever, even at 44. One obvious difference was as she got older she let things grow naturally down below. Whereas in her younger days she kept things very smooth to help with censoring.
Image taken by Douglas Webb and copyright remains with The Pamela Green website
Another view of the model of the week, this time a studio shot of Princess Sonmar Harriks by Harrison Marks. This was of course one of the characters created by Harrison Marks and Pamela Green who came up with this dark coloured Princess. The body although completely covered in boot polish is flawless in this shot, although as I’ve said I doubt you’d get away with that today!
A stunning studio shot and another side of Pamela Green for people to enjoy now and then.
Continuing with the model of the week and an early shot of Pamela Green from a set of silver gelatin prints from the 1950’s. Taken in 1957 by Harrison Marks this shot shows off Pam’s great body and her short dark hair. The signature long blonde hair was to come later, but I do like the short look. A great profile shot of her face as she looks down with great lighting as usual.
A fuller length version of this shot went on to appear in the first edition of Kamera P26 (1957).
Pamela Green at her magnificent best looking up at the camera from below. Or Harrison Marks looking down on the gorgeous Pamela Green, which ever perspective you like. You can just see GHM’s shoes and trousers in the bottom of the shot. As always a great shot of Pam laying amongst the various rugs with her bra pulled down to allow those nipples to poke out.
I like the title but very much doubt GHM was master to Pamela, as they were business partners as well as partners in life at one point. Pam had a lot of creative input to her shots and the business, so maybe it was her that really wore the trousers!
I’m going to try something new this year with a model of the week. Each week I’ll choose a model and try and post at least one shot of her each day, time permitting. Some models I have loads of images, so it will be easy others not so easy, so bear with me. So to start my ‘model of the week’ why not begin with the queen of Kamera herself Pamela Green across her career 🙂