I'm using Python's folium library (which uses Leaflet) to display images over a map.
However, my original data uses EPSG:3035 and folium uses EPSG:4326 (WGS84). There is a rotation when converting from one to another.
With pyproj, I'm able to reproject the bounds into 4326 but folium's ImageOverlay function demands a
bounds argument as follows :
[[lat_min, lon_min], [lat_max, lon_max]] so I can only specify a "straight" rectangle.
The image below shows the result that I get and the rectangle which the image should fit into.
Is it possible to rotate the bounds? How can I display my data at the right place?