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I think what is missing is that the .position() of the animation returns the coordinates relative to the offset parent. Whereas .offset() is relative to the document.

Without a demo to work with, I think you’ll actually need to use window scrollTop() to check the scroll position of the page, then add the .offset() of the image to determine the actual position.