Ive got Keynote 6.1 on OS X 10.9.1, and when I save a Keynote file it ends up including stock photos, different ones depending which template I created the document from. I just create a new document in Keynote, save it, and go to the Finder and rename the file by removing the .key extension. Then the icon turn to a folder, which I can open. That folder contains a Data subfolder, which contains these 256×171 pixel photographs. If I use the standard Black template, the photo names include: 120414_FamilySouthAfrica_AT_2300_981x654-small-14.jpg 120414_FamilySouthAfrica_AT_2936_3000x2000-small-12.jpg 120414_FamilySouthAfrica_AT_2991_2190x1460-small-10.jpg 120414_FamilySouthAfrica_AT_4083_981x654-small-16.jpg If I use the standard White template, the photo names include: 110809_FamilyChineseOahu_EN_00317_2040x1360-small-12.jpg 110809_FamilyChineseOahu_EN_02016_981x654-small-14.jpg 110809_FamilyChineseOahu_EN_02390_2880x1921-small-10.jpg What are these pictures, why are they there, and how can I get Keynote to stop including them in my saved files?