Correct rating for admissible POI - but location doesn't look quite right
My question to the community regards the correct rating for nominations that qualify as perfectly admissible POIs (for example a little chapel and the like) but the photo doesn't quite match the stated location on the satellite map. Either because the photo is taken in a way that allows no hints regarding the location or there are hints on the photo, (like houses, streets or alleys) but they cant be found on the satelite image and the location "doesn't quite look right"
- Do you reject the nomination? Under which category ? Under Fotoquality i.e "bad photo" or under "Waypoint " for "wrong location" or is it " other reason"
- Or do you rate the nomination according to the criteria (that would be a 4-5 Stars for a chapel) but with a "one Star" under the "location" category which means "location can't be found"?
Thank you for your answers and clarifications!