Matt Lemke
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I am a graduate from the Colorado School of Mines with a geological engineering degree. Recently started work in the oilfields as a mudlogger. Climbing and mountaineering is in full force and my lifelong passion now. A few years ago I thought about trying to always take very high quality photos but when I started technical climbing, snapshots with my favorite point and shoot just is easier. I now use Canon SD series point and shoot cameras almost exclusively and love how the photos turn out fur such a small camera! I post loads of photos and beta on Summitpost so check it out. After a few years of inactivity here on Panoramio, I am happy to see the upload process streamlined and I am going to upload photos from many of my climbing and hiking trips in 2012, 2013 and now in 2014. Enjoy and cheers! Matt - May 27, 2014

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!!!beautiful shot!!! ♫VOTED+LIKE♫

merry christmas and a happy new year 2011 from merzdorf.MARC.

Thanks!! I really love Utah just as much as the many places to go...gotta make time that doesn't exist

You don't want to know how much effort it took to get was worth it though Probably my favorite places to see in the mountains are the very remote alpine lakes with no trails anywhere in sight.

Yes...although fairly rare, there are some places in the rockies that are lush green for a short period of time...especially in the Gore range where this was taken


Very nice foto. L. G:Lala.

Seems like everywhere in Washington I browse I see your incredible photos. This one is really beautiful

Nice shot of a beautiful place. This however isn't true. The most NW point in the continuous US is Cape Flattery on the Makah Indian reservation out by Neah Bay. The Western most point in the continuous US is Cape Alava in the Coast portion of ONP by Ozette


like for this beautiful capture!

my best wishes and kind greetings from country of elegance and culture, Iran!


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