Originally uploaded by wamblicious
I was wandering along the Casino to Uki route using Google Earth, and realised that the only peak that matched the profile in this photo was Blue Knob. Homeleigh isn’t even really visible, as there’s another range in the way, from where I was riding.
It was then I realised that I had a GPX file of the route that was downloadable from MotionBased, and I could geo-reference the JPEG. I fired up gpscorrelate and a short while later and I discovered that the photo was taken on the road down into Cawongla, on that little loop around the north side of the descent.
Note to self – geo-reference all photos from cycle rides before uploading them to flickr. Not that I take many photos at times other than cycle rides these days, but having a GPS tracklog I can reference at all times would be handy for later reference. I think I saw mention on some little keychain-based unit, that would be quite handy to have around.
Of course, if I get another GPS unit, I’ll have more of them than I have computers to extract data to 🙂