The Pamela Green Nude Posing Guide No.3 (1972)

The full and complete scanned version of The Pamela Green Nude Posing Guide No.1, including signed cover letter by Pam herself. I’ve also scanned the individual poses from the guide and will post a selection of my favourites soon 🙂

All images were taken by Douglas Webb and copyright remains with The Pamela Green website

Dawn Grayson – Sheer Beauty

 

From a set that just keeps giving the stunning Dawn Grayson in black bra and panties with matching heels and tan suspenders. Sat with her legs up showing off the heels she looks relaxed and gorgeous as ever. This is the 6th shot from this set and only a few left to go, which is a shame as love this set. 

This photo is one of the more vibrant shots and Dawn’s auburn hair looks much brighter in this shot than the others here for some reason.

Ann Day – Offering Them Up!

The buxom Ann Day offering up her rather voluptuous tits as she kneels on the floor at Jason Studio’s. I have a mixture of black and white and colour negatives from this set all 35mm, but the B&W ones seem to have survived slightly better. Either way you see plenty of Ann’s big tits!

Nolan in November

Kicking off November with the November page of the 1965 Kamera Calendar. Featuring the unforgettable Margaret Nolan posing next to a four poster bed in one of the bedrooms at Ewhurst Manor. This is from one of the classic Harrison Marks sets of Margaret posing in that bedroom showing off her body at it’s best 🙂

Cover Girl No.24 – Front & Rear

Continuing from my collection of Cover Girl. The front and (rear cover for members) of Cover Girl No.24 from 1968. I love the concept of a front view on the main cover and a rear view on the back. I think I prefer the rear view of this edition, as you get a great view of the model’s great arse as she leans over a very retro style chair.

A nice uncensored view on the front cover too that no doubt caught the eye of potential European buyers.

Some will say that this type of magazine and post isn’t for them, which I totally get. For me it’s about capturing and revisiting a magazine that’s disappearing fast in today’s world. These magazines are over 50 years old now and printed versions are becoming rare. Take into account that these type of magazines are also disappearing because they are seen as not acceptable by certain groups in society today. It makes it even more important to capture and celebrate these magazines, the models in all their fabulous glory and the photographers that pushed the boundaries back in the 1960’s. Sometimes it just seems like we are going backwards in our views and everything needs to be censored in case it offends one group or another!

I say just enjoy it for what it is in your mind and if not just move along 🙂