The start of another small set of 35mm negatives featuring Angela Duncan posing at Jason Studio’s. As you can see this set has Angela posing with a sombrero and a length of rope! No idea why such a random set of props but who cares as it’s Angela using them and we get to see her magnificent chest too 🙂
Two shots of June Palmer on different magazine covers from the same photo shoot, but wearing different hats! The first is from Practical Photography (June 1966) and the second from the US publication Man Junior (November 1967). In both June is wearing a two piece white swimming costume and posing with a tulip in front of a 1950’s bull fighting poster, but wearing different hats.
The shoot obviously had a Spanish theme to it with the poster in the background and the two types of hats she is wearing, a Sombrero cordobés the smaller black hat and the more well known larger Sombrero. I prefer the first cover as it is just a standard photo of June, whereas the Man Junior cover looks to be lower quality giving it an almost painting feel to it.
Thanks to both John W and Paul from Firebird Records for the two different covers of June
Sombrero’s are the theme of the day and this one looks extremely good on a smoking hot Britt Hampshire with her prefect little pair. Not sure about the whole pose, but Having Britt in nothing but the sombrero and gun holster helps!
This one is driving me mad! I came across this shot of a model I recognise, but damned if I can remember her name, which I’m sure will be obvious once I find out, but anyone know?
This along with several other well known 1960’s models were over on Flickr and posted by a user who’s Dad took the photo’s in the 1960’s. I noticed shots of June Palmer, June Russell, Jayne Tracey, Elaine Desmond and the above model. I’ve tried to contact him to see if there are others and let him know I’ve posted this shot (Always nice to ask!)
Great shot if I could remember who she was! Edit: Thanks to everyone that identified her as Lynn Reeves 🙂
Pamela Green in dark wig with ponytail posing with a Mexican Sombrero! Another stunning shot of Pamela from Kamera No.9 (1958) showing her versatility and creativeness with a few props.