Tripods are not allowed on regular visits, but if you go during a specifically booked photography trip - then there's no problem. Shot using the TomShot 360 head using a Samyang 7.5mm on a OM-D EM5.
Obviously no GPS coverage, and I wasn't able to find a map of the caves, so I connected the photospheres from memory and approximate locations.
Since acquiring my Pebble watch, I've been looking for a solution to allow me to see heart-rate and elevation gain on my watch, whilst also recording the track and heart-rate for upload to SportTracks.
I like SportTracks because they have both an excellent desktop app, and a more recently developed html5 responsive mobile website at sporttracks.mobi (however they don't yet have a mobile app as such.
Both apps sync in the background - so you can use either to enter or view data.
The second reason I love SportTracks is that they seem to be much more open about letting you have your data than any of the other players - which is important as I don't want to get locked into one service for ever...
The net of the scheme is to use Google's MyTracks app, the Pebble MyTracks app, DropSync, and tapiriik to sync the track into sporttracks.mobi. Simples... (click through to the blog post to read the full story).
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