Another unknown model photographed by Harrison Marks that I thought I’d already posted but hadn’t! This model appears late in the Kamera run with her only appearing in the penultimate and final editions Kamera No.88 & No.89 (1968). This shot is from a number of negatives I have of her, but was also published in Kamera No.88 P20, but in a slightly retouched version. As you can see in this shot there is just a bit too much on show for publication back then, although they seem to have removed everything including the stubble in the printed version 🙂
Another model that always seemed to wear a wig when posing and I have this model down as Unknown Model No.38 in my list of unknown models
Petrina Forsythe’s small perky pair from Kamera No.48 P20 (1962) as she poses by the front door. What a great view to be greeted with as you walk though 🙂
Another wonderful shot of June Simpson posing for Harrison Marks wearing the daisy earrings from Kamera No.20 P20 (1959). A simply stunning pose with that long blonde hair and daisy earrings, and probably from this set, including one of my own original colour negatives.
Another timeless shot of Julie (Shearing) posing in the living room of GHM’s flat with what looks to be a frosted window in the background, probably a hatch between the kitchen and living room? This came from Kamera No.9 P20 (1958), which also features Julie on the cover and 9 internal pages including the colour double page centrefold of her.
I thought it would be easy to do a day of posts featuring the wonderful rears of some of the models by Harrison Marks, but it’s harder than I imagined! Scanning through all the images and magazines I have it becomes apparent that GHM prefered up front shots rather than shots from behind as they are sparsely scattered throughout his publications. Not one to be deterred I’ve comes across a few views, such as the this great rear of Barbara Halks from Kamera No.86 (1968)
Appearing throughout Kamera No.88 (1968) is this perky young model that as of yet is unnamed, but still worth sharing. Especially for those that like the perkier pair this is a great model, although not convinced she’s not wearing a wig in this shot?
A double page shot of June Simpson with her classical curves and platinum blonde hair in that very 1950’s style! Taken by Harrison Marks and appearing in Kamera No.11 (1958) there isn’t much more to say other than to enjoy the shot!
From the centre pages of Pussy Cat No.2 we have kitten of the month in the feline shape of Hazel Taylor. Posing on a sofa with shawl wrapped around her, but lose enough to give us a glimpse of her wonderful tits.