Want to reminisce about old school Pinup that came straight from the WWII decade with me?
Well we can together in Motorfest Magazine’s July 2012 issue! Motorfest is a world of cars-boats-planes-anything-with-an-engine magazine. In Issue #4 June July 2012, we went straight to the Eastern Front during WWII! Actually this shoot took place in Alabama during a WWII reenactment. It was quite exciting. Tanks, guns, and even old WWII replica planes flying over head dropping “bombs”.
While the event of war is sad, this is Alabama’s way of recognizing the fallen during WWII. I had to ask if it felt weird impersonating the Nazis and Soviets, but the quick response from one person there was “Someone has to play the bad guys.” This is about history. It is a really awesome experience and I was happy to be a part of it. Ross did a really awesome job writing the article as well as taking the photos. The photographs looked so realistic that some even claimed he “stole the images”… though I am not sure how I jumped time and landed back in the 1940’s. Read the article here. (You can find me on pages 5, 17, 20-23)
Posted on August 25, 2013, in Home Front, Modeling, Photograph and tagged 197th guard, adventure, ashlee karin, eastern front, model, modeling, motorfest, motorfest magazine, pinup, wwii. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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