If you set a pixel width for the image, rather than a percentage, then the popup will float correctly. The exact value is required to ensure the "zoom" icon is positioned correctly, and this also affects the positioning of the popup link.
This also seems to be some weird quirk with css, that with a percentage value on the image, the link tag won't behave as it does with an absolute value set on the image.
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