A Day in 20 Photos: 03.22.2013

Killing two birds with one stone, we got in a little bit of riding today as, we knocked out some filming for the forthcoming Mission Workshop Acre line. We already had video and photos from urban riding and I had a hankering for some elevation. The hardest part about traveling is falling out of your riding routine. It had been a few days since I had even ridden my bike and I wanted to keep my legs loose and my fitness up, so we found a short and sweet climb to ride.

I threw my Mamiya 7ii in my musette and shot some, then at the halfway point, I switched to the 5D and the 40mm pancake, which these photos were taken with. Climbing in the horrible air quality and intense humidity was no easy feat. My lungs feel sore and my sinuses are in pain but it felt great to get the blood moving…

Check out some narrated photos in the Gallery and keep an eye on Mission Workshop’s (@MissionWorkshop) and my Instagram (@JohnProlly) during the day for updates.

  • simonlaisays

    loving the narrative on this set…

  • http://twitter.com/jenksshaw Josh Jenkins Shaw

    What is that yellow frame? Can’t make out the name?! Looks beautiful

    • Hurtin’ Albertan

      Gunnar

    • http://theradavist.com/ John Watson

      Gunnar

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1302000105 Joseph F. Wilson II

    this is awesome.

  • http://www.facebook.com/sokhang Sokhang Pan

    Great set!