Yesterday, I took some pictures of a plant I saw in the park. I thought this particular type of plant was highly toxic, and should be removed. I texted the picture to the parks department, and sure enough, it was a highly toxic plant they want to remove from the park. However, they needed to know exactly where that plant was located.
I told them fortunately, I took the picture on the iPhone and the iPhone saves the location where the picture was taken. I went to Photos, and was shown a map for the location — not the latitude and longitude information I could give the parks department.
I tried a few more things, and all I could get was a map and no way it seemed to get the precise location. There’s no way I can use the map from Apple Photos to go back to the place where I took the picture or to send someone else there. I couldn’t even get it displayed in Apple Maps which would allow me to see that information.
Is there a way to see this information? Is there a way I can open Apple Maps to see it? I’ve tried to create a shortcut, but I just can’t get that to work. It either tells me there’s no such information, or it shows me that idiotic map.