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Trying to find the target or URL of an image on a web site. http://www.remotepcpros.com/

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Hi there is a web site with an image on the home page that i want to know its location.

Usually you can right clock on an image and view properties and then from there the address of its location. However for this image i can not seem to find it! :(

Now the picture is of a group of people all gathered around a couch all looking at a white laptop.

Can someone please tell me the location of the image like where is the html getting that image from ? Thanks  its on the home page located here http://www.remotepcpros.com/ 
also remember its the one where everyone is by the white couch.
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Thanks :)
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