I have just realized that by using Latitude and Longitude through Google Earth I am able to give a far more accurate way of identifying the location of my photos, than just saying 'the rocky coastline just west of Petrel Cove' in South Australia.
An example of a recent photo:--Lat:-35.5932 Lon:138.5978
GPS coordinates have also helped me to find a section of granite rocks along the coast of Deep Creek Conservation Park that I've wanted to walk and explore. I knew about them in a casual way, but I could not find their location until I came across a latitude reference to their location near Deep Creek Beach. I was interested because I wanted to continue to explore the relationship between photographic abstractions and nature whilst avoiding the genre of the landscape.
It will be a workout walking to and from the coast carrying 5x4 equipment. As the walk is around 6 hours so it will become part of the training for the forthcoming camel trek from Blinman to Lake Frome in South Australia in May.