Location scouting for future shoots typically involves me driving around the local countryside looking for interesting places. I then take shots that I store for future reference. More often than not I end up driving along some gravel paths that I’ve never seen before, and if I don’t take note of where I am I can very easily forget how to return to a given place. I’m famous for my total lack of any sort of sense of direction.
The obvious solution, and one that many location photographers use, is to Geoencode the photos.