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As workarounds, I think I would change the following, one at a time: increase time out, GeoServer sub-option, "GlobalTimeout" increase the number of retries, GeoServer sub-option, "ConnectionRetryCount" decrease zoom level, GeoZoomLevel -> 7 (* 6 *) use another tile server "GlobalTimeout" defaults to 30 seconds, so I would start off by doubling it. ...


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Assuming that there is a linear relation between rows & columns and the UTM coordinates, one could do the following: Find the rows and columns of the coordinate lines via marginal distributions: {dimX,dimY} = ImageDimensions[img]; distX = Total[ImageData[ColorConvert[img, "Grayscale"]]]/dimY; distY = Total[ImageData[ColorConvert[img, "Grayscale"]], ...


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I take a screenshot of your image and assign it to the image variable. In[2]:= ImageDimensions[image] Out[2]= {1326, 1150} This computes the positions of the lines in your image: In[3]:= lines = ImageLines[Binarize[ColorDistance[image, Gray], {0, .4}]] Out[3]= {{{0., 638.044}, {1326., 638.044}}, {{0., 132.694}, {1326., 132.694}}, {{0., 891.219}, {1326., ...


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You need to "convert" your GeoGraphics object to a Graphics object for Show to deal with it. You can do so by Applying (@@) the Graphics head to the GeoGraphics object. I can't use your parametric plot because it is missing definitions, so the following will serve as an example of combining objects of various provenance: c = Graphics @@ ...



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