A new Loch Ness Monster photo taken by amateur photographer Ian Bremner is being called one of the most convincing photos ever taken of the creature. The
The Ian Bremner Nessie picture shows three monster-like humps from a long silver creature seemingly at least 2 meters long rising out of the waters of Loch Ness. Bremner said he was driving around the Highlands in search of red deer and taking random photos of the calm waters of the Loch. When he returned home and began looking through his photos that he realized what he might have captured. He said he was stunned at what he saw and the fact that he may have a picture that is one of the only pieces of evidence that proves the existence of the legendary lake monster.
“Ian Bremner Loch Ness Monster picture”
The slippery looking creature glistens in the light as it makes its way through the Loch seemingly making ripples in the calm waters from its powerful stroke. According to Bremner the new Loch Ness Monster picture was taken midway between the Dores and Inverfarigaig villages fairly close to the banks of the Loch as per The Sun story. Could this be the best piece of Loch Ness Monster evidence ever to date? It is still unclear as to what the creature seen in the photo actually is but it is sure to be a hot topic of debate. So could this actually be the legendary cryptid known as Nessie? Skeptics have already begun to weigh in and some believe it may be nothing more than a group of seals seen in the photo. So what do you think is this actually a loch ness monster sighting and proof of the creature or not?