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Couple take picture of 'Loch Ness Monster'

By T.K. Randall
February 8, 2009 · Comment icon 25 comments



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A couple visiting Loch Ness have captured a photograph of something in the water that they believe could be the famed Loch Ness Monster, but what exactly does the picture show ?
A couple enjoying a romantic weekend in the Highlands believe they may have had a close encounter with the Loch Ness Monster. Experts are now investigating this latest photograph, which was taken by accident, to establish if it is in fact the Loch's most famous resident. Ian Monckton, from Solihull, took his fiance Tracey Gordon to a cottage in Invermoriston on the shores of the loch to celebrate her 30th birthday."


Source: Highland News | Comments (25)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #16 Posted by Rayon1 14 years ago
It's funny, if people take pics of these creatures that are blurry, no one knows what it is, but if it's too clear, then most people think it's fake or photoshopped. No-win situation.
Comment icon #17 Posted by aquatus1 14 years ago
It's funny, if people take pics of these creatures that are blurry, no one knows what it is, but if it's too clear, then most people think it's fake or photoshopped. No-win situation. What's funnier is that some people think that a fuzzy pic is decent evidence, and a clear picture is an added luxury item.
Comment icon #18 Posted by Mac E 14 years ago
It's funny, if people take pics of these creatures that are blurry, no one knows what it is, but if it's too clear, then most people think it's fake or photoshopped. No-win situation. That's my thinking exactly! People will believe what they want to believe. The truth means nothing.
Comment icon #19 Posted by Archer1945 14 years ago
I don't know why some people seem to think digital cameras automatically guarantee great or even, good, photos. First of all most people do not spend more than a couple of hundred dollars (US) for their cameras, unless they are avid photographers. At this price the camera is designed primarily for taking snap shots indoors or at very short distances, out to about ten feet. The lens is probably made of plastic and the built-in flash is good only to about ten feet and that is indoors in a room with a ceiling no higher than about eight feet and ceiling/walls are of a light color. Sure the camera ... [More]
Comment icon #20 Posted by Slave2Fate 14 years ago
I don't know why some people seem to think digital cameras automatically guarantee great or even, good, photos. First of all most people do not spend more than a couple of hundred dollars (US) for their cameras, unless they are avid photographers. At this price the camera is designed primarily for taking snap shots indoors or at very short distances, out to about ten feet. The lens is probably made of plastic and the built-in flash is good only to about ten feet and that is indoors in a room with a ceiling no higher than about eight feet and ceiling/walls are of a light color. Sure the camera ... [More]
Comment icon #21 Posted by Mr. sasquatch 14 years ago
Anyone even care to read the actual article? They say it probably is a dead fish or flat fish. Case closed.
Comment icon #22 Posted by Derrville 14 years ago
Yea seriously just because you have a Digital Camera doesn't mean its gonna be a clear picture. I film movies and take alot of pictures myself and sometimes the Pictures look like blurry blobs.
Comment icon #23 Posted by RipleyE. 14 years ago
The picture looked like a half melted stick of butter.....
Comment icon #24 Posted by B'Elanna 14 years ago
Anyone even care to read the actual article? They say it probably is a dead fish or flat fish. Case closed. ..or an otter, which is my vote, to me it looks like the behind of an otter.
Comment icon #25 Posted by MoonRiver 13 years ago
Anyone even care to read the actual article? They say it probably is a dead fish or flat fish. Case closed. Yet isn't it lovely how the article is titled "Couple take picture of 'Loch Ness Monster'"? Sheesh...


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