Another welcoming view of a model named as Josie Montya by Harrison Marks. Posing naked leaning back on a sofa and showing off her body. and half and half view of her pussy. I’ve said before several shots of Josie appear in New Kamera No.1 (1969) under the title ‘Just Josie’, hence the title.
A beautiful shot of Jo Peters modelling nude against a black background from a restored 10 by 8 print. I love the way the lighting highlights her body and hair with the black background enhancing it’s shape.
I’ve posted Jo before and she was a 1960’s and 70’s model that appeared in Spick & Span and later as a ‘Page 3’ girl in the Sun newspaper. I think I prefer this shot of her to those I’ve already posted though 🙂
A new shot from my large collection of the dazzling Dawn Grayson. This time another shot from a different set of photos of her posing in and around an office. Fully dressed in this shot Dawn looks stunning as she sits opening a letter staring directly at you. I don’t know why but the look on her face as she open’s that letter, lips slightly pouting sure makes my mind go into overdrive and she isn’t even naked!
A perfect office portrait of Dawn and her auburn hair looks fabulous as well.
A rather nice jump to the 1980’s and a restored 35mm colour slide of two delicious models! This pair of delicious rears belong to Debbie Jay and Jackie Hunt and look to be perfectly pert. I do also love the white fishnet and blue stockings with white high heels.
A very colourful and vibrant shot taken at D.Brittain-Catlin Studio around 1988 that has a very 80’s feel to it!
Another silver gelatin print taken from a glass photographic plate of Lee Southern (Grace Jackson). Taken at Sheplegh Court, South Devon in 1963 it shows Lee posing down by the pool showing off her sun kissed body. You can also see a hint of her thick dark pussy in the shadows.
I have several sets of prints from between 1960 and 1963 of Lee posing at Sheplegh. The earlier shots show her clean shaven, but in the later sets in 63 she had a full bush.
I also realise that all of these shots were taken by Leslie Bainbridge. This actually makes sense as several of the shots I have went on to appear in H&E, which Bainbridge produced. You can see all the shots taken of Lee at Sheplegh here.