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Twin Sisters of Alpine

Under the Twin Sisters, 6,116 and 6,135 ft. above sea-level is their city at 4,500 ft. above sea-level.  Originally titled Osborne, then called Murphyville, it didn’t get right until this town’s name was identified by its mountains-Alpine.  More than something … Continue reading

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1/6/2012 Big Bend Below 6,000 ft.

Between the southerly-northerly great bend of the great river, Rio Grande, is an untypical land.  Big Bend country sweeps southward between the Pecos and Rio Grande Rivers in West Texas.  It composes of four mountain ranges over 7,000 feet above … Continue reading

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2/2/2011 Alpine

Welcome everyone! Alpine 2011 is my first expo online.  After a year of broken brainstorming (and some brain drought) its settled.  Rebel Cry 99 is finally a final draft. It is down to simplicity, beginning with a gallery like this- … Continue reading

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