pictures. Our cameras record GPS coordinates and stores them in the
EXIF data of each image.
We thought it would be nice to plot these GPS coordinates on a map and
started looking for map libraries available in Go. Eventually we ended
up writing a small and simple package with bindings to osm-gps-map .
After the gtkmap package  was written it became trivial to
implement tools which plotted these GPS coordinates on a map.
The nice thing about osm-gps-map is that it provides a lot of different
sources for the map tile representations. Thus you can choose to use
the map tiles from Google Maps, OpenStreetMap, Virtual Earth or any of
Here are a few screenshots for anyone interested:
The source code for the example tools displayed in the screenshots are
available on the github repo.
Hopefully this will be of use to someone :)
Cheers /Robin and Daniel
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