A fabulous view of Venetia Day’s round sandy bum as she looks over her shoulder. Posing naked on a beach in Rhodes for Terry Sparks in 1971 from a collection of contact sheets.
A great figure and great view all round 🙂
Another sultry looking shot of Pamela Alexander taken by Paul Pantha (Terry Sparks). Taken in the sea down in Pegwell Bay, which was a popular location for Terry she looks cold in this shot.
Regardless she is a stunning woman facially, especially her eyes and I just love the way the dress has fallen off one shoulder to reveal a little hard nipple.
An interesting box cover of the 8mm colour glamour film titled ‘Stramm & Knackig’ filmed by Harrison Marks. This was released by Ekstase-film and featuring two films titled ‘Die Lesbierinnen’ and ‘Bezahlte Liebe’. The first is of course ‘A Hit For Two Misses’ featuring Angela Duncan, which appears to have some slightly different footage from the B&W version. The second film translates to ‘Paid Love’ and stars Maria Frost and and unknown brunette. Both are of course the coloured slightly risqué versions of those for the UK market.
The title of the box set is Stramm + Knackig, which when translated comes out as Tight & Crisp, but the back of the box also has an English version saying Buxom & Well-rounded, so god knows! Angela I’m sure could be classed as Buxom, but not sure about Maria as tight and Crisp 🙂
A great front and back cover featuring 4 GHM models, two of which are well known and two unknown. Thanks again to Adultloop Database and Bygone Guy for some of the details and scans.
A stunning pose by Gillian Hanna better known as Jennifer Eccles from a set of 35mm black and white negatives. I love the way she is laying and looking away to the right in this shot.
A beautiful naked body with only the necklace and heels as adornments 🙂
Over the years I’ve posted many a nude shot of Angela Duncan (Trudy Eyre) by Harrison Marks and others. This shot I have to be say is up there as one of my favourites for various reasons.
Firstly the quality of the image is very good indeed, especially for a 35mm negative. We all know that taking shots using 35mm film could be a bit hit and miss, especially as the cameras were aimed more at the amateur market. In fact, the next shot on this negative strip in a similar pose is as ropey and blurred as hell. Angela’s pose and smile is spot on in this shot with good use of her hands and arms to frame her best bits and those curves.
Taken at Jason Studio’s in 1970 I would say it was an amateur photographer taking the shots, but he nailed this one 🙂