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  The Beast of Storsjön, Sweden

The Beast of Storsjön, Sweden
Image credit: © Sofia Alexandra

Uploader comment: I made this with MS Paint, just to show how easy it is to make a nice "photo of an unknown creature". Please comment on whether it looks believeable or not. :P

Image status: HOAX As stated above this image was produced in MS Paint.


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Comment icon #10 Posted by samanthalovesnathan on 3 October, 2005, 11:23
actually it took me a little while to see anything but yea it looks real
Comment icon #9 Posted by accused pheonix on 4 October, 2005, 1:13
Yeah it looks real, but wat is that thing in the clouds???
Comment icon #8 Posted by marcin t on 4 October, 2005, 2:28
looks better than more fakes ! Nice Sun Set :)
Comment icon #7 Posted by freshgeek on 5 October, 2005, 6:47
wow very nice
Comment icon #6 Posted by claizen on 5 October, 2005, 8:49
Looks convincing. Whats that thing in the clouds though?
Comment icon #5 Posted by sourpatchkid on 6 October, 2005, 1:44
yeah, i seriously thought that this was supposed to be focused on the thing in the cloud. I had to read the caption to look for the "monster". What is that thing in the cloud? The monster: Pretty damn good I'd say. bears a very good resemblence to some loch-ness photos. keep up the good work. and try to figure out what that thing is in the clouds.
Comment icon #4 Posted by sofia alexandra on 29 October, 2005, 22:42
Dunno what the cloud thingy is, actually. I just took a photo I found via google and added a lake monster, so I can't say if it's just a speck on the lense or Something Else... Glad you liked the pic though. :)
Comment icon #3 Posted by foxmulder27 on 2 November, 2005, 20:42
Good pic! For a few seconds, I had to look.
Comment icon #2 Posted by tremor on 19 November, 2005, 8:44
really nice photo, but it needs some work on the shadow. oh, wait, is that the reflection?
Comment icon #1 Posted by abuelo on 23 November, 2005, 16:38
that thing in the clouds is what we call "light" here in sweden:D PS! hej hopp i lingonskogen;D

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