An image taken by Jonathon Bright is believed by some to have captured the Loch Ness Monster breaking the surface of the loch and crashing through waves.
The Nessie photo seems to possibly show the curved spine of some kind of prehistoric creature breaking the surface of the choppy waters of the loch. Bright a paranormal investigator and researcher showcased a new unedited version of the photo at a recent paranormal festival and explained its origins. According to him, the photo was taken three years ago during an investigation he was doing into the creature in which he had taken thousands of photos on the Loch and didn’t realize he had captured this image until six months afterward. Here is Brights photo of the Loch Ness Monster.
“Original unedited photo”
“crop of nessie photo taken by Bright”
“drawing of what some believe the photo shows”
Some people believe the photo’s taken by Bright have an incredible resemblance to some of Robert Rines Nessie photos taken years ago. Rines used sophisticated underwater camera’s and sonar back in the 1970’s trying to solves the mystery of Loch Ness. He captured these photograph’s believed to be of the creature under water although he was never able to obtain any kind of more conclusive proof before his death in 2009. Some believe the similarities in the photo’s from each are are interesting enough to stir up some added discussions. Here are the Rines photo’s.
The Loch Ness Monster is often depicted as being a Plesiosauroidea a Jurrasic period reptile living over 200 million years ago. Although many Nessie sightings, reports, and photographs seem to fuel this belief it has never been substantiated with any conclusive proof to date.