There’s nothing that we like more than snow. Well, make that tracking up snow. Sonja Hinrichsen, an artist from San Francisco, recently turned some high-alpine tundra in Steamboat into her personal canvas. Think snowy versions of British crop circles. Or a Cristo installation without the controversy. Cool idea. Hey, we can always get behind turning a mountain meadow into a temporary piece of art, though we do prefer our snow a bit more tilted.
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