These bends show rectification error between GPS and imagery. Todo, rectify the entire area if satellite imagery has an offset.
Flat terrain show quite good alignment between GPS and imagery, steep terrain does not. This is what I generally observe in mountaineous areas. There you should align with GPS as much as possible but it will be hard to specify an offset for the imagery of a whole area.
Not really useful here
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