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Short answer, no. Essentially, not only is the transmission encrypted - see iCloud security and privacy overview but also since iOS 8 your phone changes its MAC address pseudo-randomly, so it can't even be identified as 'your' phone for a lot of the time. Every time a new potential exploit is discovered, there will be an update to close the door on it - ...
If you have backed up to your computer previously, you can use iExplorer to do that sort of thing. http://www.macroplant.com/iexplorer/
Since your goal is to free up space, you can configure your iPhone to only store thumbnails of the photos you have in iCloud Photo Library rather than the full-resolution images. This is configured in Settings > iCloud > Photos > Optimize iPhone Storage (as opposed to Download and Keep Originals) See this iMore article for more information on optimising ...
If the backup is on a Mac then the free/donationware iPhone/iPod Touch Backup Extractor can help you with this. Download and extract the application. Click "Read Backups" and it should give you a list of available device backups with time stamps of the last time they were backed up. Select your wife's backup and click "Choose". Select "iOS Files" and click ...
You can just copy those images. Those location information is coded into EXIF data. It will not be deleted upon transfer.
As "TJ Luoma" points out in the comment, the XMP files are used to allow non-destructive editing. It's a great idea but it's a very new standard (?) from Adobe and is therefore not adopted properly by everyone yet. http://www.adobe.com/products/xmp.html The new Apple Photos app (due to come out in USA Spring 2015) syncs changes between devices using this ...
You can use Image Capture... However, if you see a cloud next to the name of your device then you need to disable iCloud Photo Library before the delete all button will appear. iPhone: Settings -> Photos & Camera -> iCloud Photo Library off Settings -> Photos & Camera -> My Photo Stream off Then, try Image Capture again and the delete all button ...
Go on iTunes and uncheck the albums you have imported. Just do the reverse of what you did to import photos...
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