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I love mountain photography. I try to place my photos exactly at the geographic spot where they were taken. It is very annoying when you find uploads placed 100s of miles away from where they should be, specially when you are planning backcountry trips. In some cases it is even deliberate - please have respect for Panoramio and play by the rules. If unsure how to correctly geotag your photos, then either don't do it or ask a friend who does.

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no worries, and I agree with you. I just get teed off by people who deliberately misplace photos 300km or more, and then wish you to die when you send them right location.

Glad if you enjoyed your trip!

The trail past the Glacier Lake cutoff was impossible. We just waded the river flats after that and it was a pleasant walk.

Misplaced 100km south at Saskatchewan River Crossing

sorry, don't mean to be rude. Just tired seeing photos misplaced 100's of miles from where they should be. Yes, it is Medicine Lake, judging by water level fairly late in season (in early summer lake is full). Trailhead for Jacques Lake I was talking about is at the far end of the lake looking from here; it takes about 3 hrs of steady hiking, but it is possible to mountain bike as well.

Tangle falls are more than 50 km south. You placed photo at Sunwapta warden station. Learn how to use maps before geotaging your photos.

Horribly misplaced 200km north in Jasper national park. Learn how to use maps; randomly putting photos like this is rude and ignorant

Misplaced more than 50 km south at Sunwapta warden station. Learn how to use maps instead of randomly spreading garbage like this

Misplaced. Don't put tourist shots at random parts of the map. It is rude and ignorant

Misplaced. Don't geotag photos when you can't use maps properly

ziljkok: thanks for your kind suggestion to relocate.

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