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Genuine Steamboat - The Views from Alpine Mountain Ranch

02/25/2013 19:34, Published by Christina Freeman, Categories: In Print, Culture, Living

The views are just so spectacular. This particular shot is looking toward Sand Mountain on one of those crisp fall mornings where the fog just hangs around. — Theresa Jacobi

Gallery: The View from Alpine Mountain Ranch [6 Images] Click any image to expand.

Photography by Theresa Jacobi

While working at Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club, photographer Theresa Jacobi started shooting daily photos around the historic landscape for their Facebook page. But photography soon grew into an obsession – and her natural artistic eye has since honed in on stunning perspectives of the Yampa Valley, capturing everything from the hay meadows that the Kemry family once worked to the Steamboat Ski Area that looms above the home sites, to the Flat Tops Wilderness and the south valley floor. Jacobi shares a view from the ranch that is Genuine Steamboat.

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