This Is The Clearest Ever Photo Taken Of Loch Ness Monster
Recently, a photographer was shocked to notice something weird in his pictures once he went back home from a nice photography session at the cool waters of the Scottish lake.
The photo appears to show three humps moving out of the waters. It pretty much resembles the highland beast Loch Ness.
#2 Ian Bremner
The photographer was 58 year old Ian Bremner. "I'm normally a bit of a skeptic when it comes to Nessie and I think it's just something for the tourists but I'm starting to think there is something out there", he said.
He was trying to capture red deer around the waters of Loch Ness when he took the picture. This is the first time Ian's ever seen Nessie.
But was it really the beast? Keep reading ahead to know that.
#1 The Reality
It was only later when one of his friends pointed out that he most likely snapped three seals jumping through the water and not the legendary creature did he realize that he didn't capture the beast.
The legend of the Loch Ness monster stretches back as far as the Seventh Century when an Irish monk was reportedly attacked by the beast. Since then, there have been multiple rumors about the same.
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