When roadies and mountain rippers collide! It’s a good thing. I still don’t know where I play into the cycling title game. Maybe I don’t have to work with riding style titles. All I know is that I’m head over heals in love with the mountain right now. I’m sure the road will call my name again eventually, or even go hard with some CX. For now I’ll stick with mountain and enjoy the pain cave it puts me in.

What’s that? You want to geek out about cameras for a minute. Deal.

I’m falling deeply in love with the Fujifilm X100T. It’s a magical little soul capturing device that I’ve yet to play with until this weekend. As I’m researching more film shooters I want so desperately to pick up, like the Contax G2, I slowly fall back into the X series Fuji cameras that meet all my needs for a digital shooter.

So, why is that? Well first of all, I have a few and it’s easy to glide back into shooting Fuji’s X-Series cameras vs. spending the money to nab a new film killer. Fuji has style points for days mixed with functionality and most importantly… image quality is through the roof. They just feel great! When I borrow one or use the ones I have it’s like picking up an old friend that just feels good. I instantly feel energized to go exploring and sneakily capture the vibe no matter what setting I’m in. AND they’re great to ride with. A small powerhouse you won’t feel on your person when squishing through the hills.

With all that being said, I love film and I love Fuji X series cameras. Win | Win.

Here’s todays capture with the Fujifilm X100T. when roadies and mtn rippers come together to crush and heckle all over some Alabama hills. I hope you enjoy.