Let's say I share a screenshot of an area of interest (AOI) from Google Maps. Does that alone reveal the specific location of the AOI, even if it has no identifiers (roads, coordinates) on it? What if state/region is known along with the image? I'm wondering about programmatic approaches, as I don't think someone could reliably locate the AOI 'by hand' (searching and guessing on Google Maps) without computer assistance.
For example here is an aerial view of a random location in the capital region of New York State, lacking coordinates, roads, or other clues that I'm aware of. Is its specific location discernible? If so, what clues or techniques are used to identify its location?
Bonus info / side question: I'm interested in this question from a 'defensive' perspective. On that note, what are the hazards (if any really) of someone knowing the location of a rural work site? I imagine the same hazards as any doxxing that publicly associates an address with an online person: some unknown viewer targeting that person could use that info to go to the person's location harassing them or their property.