#### Laravel 8, image url rerieved from database does not return image

I have been struggling with this problem for quite a few hours. My problem is that I have an image url saved in my database and when i retrieve it I try to display it in my index.blade.php. The weird part is I had used the same code in an older project and it worked, but I turned on the older project and it does not work there anymore either. I have done php artisan storage:link and from what i see the link is correct but the images are displayed as broken, I have looked up various solution but all of it lead to a dead end, because the url just doesnt want to display the image. The image url is saved in this form http://127.0.0.1:8000/storage/public/vsX9ihmRknGWLXtNRmxgCXV3ckqhlFoBlyuMoejB.png

  <tbody>
@foreach($companies as$company)
<tr>
<td scope="row">{{$company->id}}</td> <td>{{$company->name}}</td>
<td>{{$company->email}}</td> <td><img class="class='img-fluid rounded mb-3 mb-lg-0 ml-md-0" src="{{$company->logo}}"></td>
<td>{{$company->url}}</td> <td> <a href="{{route('company.edit',$company->id)}}" class="float-left">
<button type="button"
class="btn btn-primary mr-2">{{__('Edit')}}</button>
</a>
<form action="{{route('company.delete',$company->id)}}" method="POST" class="float-left"> {{method_field('DELETE')}} @csrf <button type="submit" class="btn btn-danger btn-sn">{{__('Delete')}}</button> </form> </td> </tr> @endforeach </tbody>  How I call it from my Companiescontroller  public function index(): Renderable {$companies = $this->company->all(); return view('company.index', compact('companies')); }  How I store my image url  public function store(Request$request): RedirectResponse
{
$request->validate([ 'name' => 'required', 'email' => '', 'logo' => 'dimensions:min_width:100,min_height:100', 'url' => '' ]);$parameters = $request->all(); if ($request->logo !== null) {
$image =$request->logo->store('public');
$parameters['logo'] = URL::to('/') . '/storage/' .$image;
}
$this->company->create($parameters);

return redirect()->route('company.index');
}


I am not sure if this is enough, but i guess these are primary parts.

Source: Laravel