How do I retrieve the URL of a image on Google that I image searched for? (details in thread)

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Oct 17, 2018
So, kind of a weird one. I did a search by google for a picture from Persona 5 Strikers hoping to find a bigger/transparent version. No dice. However, I closed the tab with the original image a while ago and it's not letting me access the original URL.

Clicking on the image itself does nothing, trying to copy the URL only gets part of it. Reverse googling the thumbnail, nothing. I want to see a way to access the whole URL as seen in that search bar.

This is a trivial thing overall but this has happened to me before and wanted to know if you can still retrieve the old URL. It's staring me right in the face!


Oct 25, 2017
Hold click, open in new tab, go to tab, copy URL.

There was a lawsuit (or threat of one?) where artists/photographers got upset that people were grabbing their images from google without viewing their web pages or paying for them and this is the only (mobile) work around I found for it.

(edit) Should have read the OP properly instead of just the title. Leaving the original post as proof of my foolishness.


Jun 28, 2018

I did a reverse google image search using a screencap of your posted screencap.

EDIT: And the page it found that image on was:
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