It is amazing how we are creatures of habit and occasionally some ignorance. I read your post and thought, gee, I don't want to buy something more and then I tied something with my EXIF View. I could actual click and drag your orchid image into my EXIF Viewer and instantly saw the data in the pop up that EXIF Viewer initiates.
I have always used it by dragging an image from whatever location on my computer (not out of a webpage) an image might be. It was used mostly for my own images, but occasionally for others such as study groups, or if I was commenting on an image, etc.
I found it works with the metadata is there, but if a jpeg was saved for web and stripped of its metadata, when the image is dragged into mine, it doesn't show. Of course that makes sense. So now, I know that if a Nikonians's image or any image on the web has its metadata I now can drag it into my EXIF View and see the EXIF data. Live and learn...as they say. Cool! We are always learning new tricks and escaping old habits.
jdroach, a Milwaukee area and sometimes Chicago area Nikonian.