Sorry, I'm a little rude today.
Why reference (I assume you mean symlink) them from the cgi-bin? Your script doesn't need to have access the images, you just give a link to your browser and then it is its job to fetch the right links.
So check your accesslog and see what your browser is trying to get and why it fails.
The datastructure I use is an array of hash'es, which makes it easiere to keep all the data in the same place while also keeping it seperated.
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