This is what sucks about the internet. People forget that images were actually created by somebody - they didn’t just magically appear online without someone making a bunch of decisions about it first. [Not including photos of food on Instagram. If there was ANY decision-making involved with those, there’d be less of them.] I could post a picture of a benevolent squirrel, and before I know it, some far-right religious movement could use that image to illustrate “The Loaves and the Fishes”. And few people seem curious about a familiar photo like this - it’s “share first, ask questions later”. TinEye is fantastic, though. It doesn’t always work, but it’s a really good start.