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BTW, in another case, years ago I placed keywords with links below the images. Clicking on the keywords would initiate a site search for other images with the same keyword. Google didn't like that and was probably thinking I was trying to spam. Huge drop in traffic, ultimately I had to remove those clickable keywords from the image pages.Apologies in advance in case I'm not fully understanding the situation but if you link to travel reports, the links to search for similar images would have been a better user experience to have linked to the reports and offering a separate link in case people wanted to "search for similar images" or "Find more pictures like this". User confusion is something to avoid and user resources and choices are seen as a good thing.
Or simply use rel="nofollow" on the anchor?
...it is somehow possible to add links on pages, which are visible for humans but not for search engines...