photography by Magdalena Wosinskaphotographer Magdalena WosinskaMonster Children Issue #42 - The Magda Experiencemodel Lexi Stellwoodphotography by Magdalena WosinskaMagdalena Wosinska - shooting “The Magda Experience”photographer Magdalena Wosinska shot for Monster Children Issue #42The Magda Experience - photography by Magdalena WosinskaMagdalena Wosinska - the photographerMagdalena Wosinska did a shoot for Monster Children Issue #42two models in nature - The Magda Experiencephotography by Magdalena Wosinska and presented by Monster Children Issue #42“The Magda Experience” - Monster Children Issue #42Lexi Stellwood shot by Magdalena Wosinskaphotographer Magdalena Wosinska shows the spirit nature meets photography - Magdalena Wosinska model Molly Steele and model Lexi Stellwood Lexi Stellwood shot by photographer Magdalena Wosinska Magdalena Wosinska shot Lexi Stellwood Monster Children Issue #42 - “The Magda Experience” Outtakes like a bird - photography Magdalena Wosinska Lexi Stellwood - Monster Children Issue #42 shoot in the mountains by photographer Magdalena Wosinska shooting for Monster Children Issue #42 - The Magda Experience models try to warm up - photography by Magdalena Wosinska shooting for Monster Children Issue #42 finish of an amazing shoot by photographer Magdalena Wosinska Monster Children Issue #42
“The Magda Experience” Outtakes
photography Magdalena Wosinska
models Molly Steele & Lexi Stellwood

This is defenetly one of my fave shoots in the last months. You might have seen a few pics around on tumblr and pinterest the last weeks already. But I just had to post the whole thing now. Love how Magdalena connects with nature in her shoots. This time in the snowy mountains of California and on some roads along the way, with Molly Steele and Lexi Stellwood in the back seats:

“It started with the confusion of fog as we drove up the 2 North towards the crest, ready for adventure. Three close friends and a newcomer all sat sleepy in the car, waiting to face the day and see what would come of it. As we drove into the mountains and gossiped about boys, the light started shifting from fog to clouds to sunny patches. This was our reason for why we stopped where we did to shoot, watching the light roll by.

In total, we drove through the crest for about seven hours, from one end and back. We explored the icy winds of a snow-filled mountain to a warm summer breeze just around the bend. It was a fun day being able to recreate something with my friends that I already have been working on as a series. That’s why we chose the name, The Experience; there’s a lot more where that came from. Hope you enjoy it.”

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