Opacity doesn't fade - hovering out animation

Hi everyone,

My first post here & I’m also designing my first website! I’ve been stuck on this problem for hours and hoping for some help!

I’m proud that I succeed to create a fading image swap as a hover animation. But when I’m trying to create the reverse on hovering out - the image doesn’t fade at all! I’m using both the animations ‘opacity’ and ‘hide/show’. It just becomes visible after the duration I’ve set for the opacity (without any changes in the opacity).

My aim:

  1. When hovering on the 1st image (black & white image), it fades into the image below (colour image). This works!
  2. When hovering out from the image, the 1st image fades back into place. It doesn’t matter if the 2nd image fades out or if it’s the 1st image that fades back into place.

It’s the 2nd part that doesn’t work.

I really hope someone can help me - thank you!!

Hover: Webflow - A Vision For Seabank 3

Hover out: Webflow - A Vision For Seabank 3

Here is my public share link: LINK
(how to access public share link)

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