referencing an image located in another project of the same solution

I have a asp.net web forms solution with 2 projects in my solution.
I'm using Visual Studio 2013 , Web Forms and C#.

Each project is a website project.

Project 1 has an Images folder inside it and the default start page for this project is Default.aspx.

Project 2 also has an Images folder inside it and the default start page for this project is another page Default.aspx.

So in project 2 , on my Default.aspx  page I have an image tag that looks like this;

    <img src="Images/TestImageLocatedInProject2.jpg" width="20" height="20"/>

How do i revise my src tag on my image tag that is inside Project 2 to reference an image that is located in the Images folder of Project 1?
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maqskywalkerAsked:
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
It would be better to copy the images folder from Project 1 into Project 2.
Bob LearnedCommented:
Another approach is to add the files as a link:

Adding or linking existing files to a project in Visual Studio .NET
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/306234

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Slick812Commented:
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Not sure about if you need a way to set server output web location for images, but in any <img> tag you can set a "relative" web path (to the current page http location) as you do here, OR a full web address path, so if you change to the full path like -
     <img src="http://project1.com/Images/ImageProject1.jpg" width="20" height="20"/>

then the images do not have to be on the project2 server file system, but it is possible to "Block" access to image files that are NOT requested from pages on that http location, so you may need to deal with that, if that is the server setting.
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