Naked Lady of the Week: Anna Noble

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes:

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I ran across Anna Noble while exploring a thread at Vintage Erotica Forums dedicated to pictures of vintage bush. Her bush is indeed worthy of appreciation, and there’s no doubt that it contributes to her aura of torpid sensuality. But I don’t think it’s the sole source of her appeal. Contemporary photos of unshaven women exist, but they don’t have the electricity or heat of Anna’s photos. Shit, beside a woman like Anna, those girls don’t seem particularly feminine. Why?

Maybe the difference is down to an accumulation of details, ones tied to photography techniques, aesthetic preferences, and so forth. Little details, imperceptible on their own, can be overpowering in concert.

But part of me thinks that aromatic and somewhat mysterious femininity emanates from something inside Anna — that it’s an upshot of her manner of conceptualizing herself and her place in the cosmos. Women today often seem disconnected from everything but themselves. Anna seems rooted in the earth.

I don’t know anything about her. One photo refers to her as Anna Esquivel. She does look Spanish…

Nudity below. Have a great weekend.

About Fabrizio del Wrongo

Recovering liberal arts major. Unrepentant movie nut. Aspiring boozehound.
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2 Responses to Naked Lady of the Week: Anna Noble

  1. zulero says:

    In that time not only the women were phisically more natural, the photos were with a lot of less “blured” photoshop effects and all those stupid things.
    That’s why for thhose 70’s and part of the 80’s looks like living persons, not plastic rubber not only cause the surgeries, but the photographic effects over the subjects skins.

    In 007magazine # 44 is credited like Anna Noble, only in Philipinas is a bit common that second name, looks a lot like a latina for tiny height, skin color etcetera.

    Greetings.

    Like

  2. zulero says:

    zulero says:
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    August 20, 2018 at 7:28 pm
    In that time not only the women were phisically more natural, the photos were with a lot of less “blured” photoshop effects and all those stupid things.
    That’s why for thhose 70’s and part of the 80’s looks like living persons, not plastic rubber not only cause the surgeries, but the photographic effects over the subjects skins.

    In 007magazine # 44 is credited like Anna Noble, only in Philipinas is a bit common that second name, looks a lot like a latina for tiny height, skin color etcetera.

    Greetings.

    Like

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