According to the documentation of BBOX I must put the longitude of north east west and lat of South. When I do that I get a huge box when in reality I just need a box of size 5km for instance, not the whole map. When I try then to for example change the North to lat instead of long I get this long thin rectangle, I am not sure why this happens?
d = shapefile['geometry'][i] [y_coord, x_coord] = np.array(d) d = geopy.distance.geodesic(kilometers = 1) west = d.destination(point=start, bearing=90) north = d.destination(point=start, bearing=0) south = d.destination(point=start, bearing=180) east = d.destination(point=start, bearing=270)
I got the coordinates of the point I am interested in using this. It gives an array which I assume is long lat essentially, I then input these values in Bbox like this: aoi=ee.Geometry.BBox(west1,south,east1,north1)
To then export an image which in theory should be 5km for instance.
Also I am using Python but used this just to visualize the issue with my coordinates