New Nessie Photo Surfaces in Loch Ness

Amateur photographer and whiskey warehouse worker Ian Bremner, 58, took the above picture while searching Scotland's Highlands for red deer.  What he captured instead is much more remarkable.  The photograph appears to show a long, serpentine creature breaching the surface of the loch.  While many believe this to be the elusive Loch Ness monster, others speculate that what Bremner has caught on camera is nothing more than a few grey seals playfully traversing the dark waters.  Grey seals are known to sometimes inhabit Loch Ness, and sighting them there is not unusual.  What do you think?  Is this the best evidence to date of a monster in Loch Ness, or is this merely an optical illusion created by three sportive seals?

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lake monstersTobias Wayland