When singer-bassist Mlny Parsonz isn't rattling venues around the country with her Atlanta-based band Royal Thunder, you can find her cutting through the Georgia countryside on her Harley-Davidson Sportster Forty-Eight. This past fall, photographer Travis Shinn met up with Parsonz in her hometown of Decatur and joined her on a ride through her favorite back roads. Scroll through the gallery of shots from that ride below.
Riding Harleys With Royal Thunder: Portraits From the Road
Mlny Parsonz swaps her bass for a motorcycle, leads us on a tour of her favorite Georgia back roads
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