A recent update at website dbtechno.com shows off the picture that was snapped by a couple kayaking at Lake Windermere.Â The photograph is rather small and a bit hard to distinguish any sort of creature on it since it was taken by a cell phone camera.Â Still, the website is calling it the clearest picture taken to date of what could be Nessie, aka "The Loch Ness Monster."Â One of the most famous photos appears at left which is known as "Surgeons Photo" from 1934, taken by Dr. Wilson.
The Loch Ness monster continues to be one of the most popular "fictional creature" debates there is.Â Along with Bigfoot, aliens, werewolves, the black griffin, and mysterious ghost sightings, these are the sorts of things that give people something to gossip about.Â They may simply be legends, or some of these creatures may be extra-careful about being photographed or seen by people.Â Until someone gets a close-up shot of the Lake Windermere inhabitant, which may be dangerous and impossible, it's hard to say if this is Loch Ness, or just a bunch of debris in the water.
Check out MSNBC's Loch Ness Monster photo here at FameCrawler and the video below which gives a tour of Lake Windermere.Â The narrator discusses a "large ripple" that affected the lake.
Is the latest photo the real deal?Â Does the Loch Ness Monster truly exist or is Nessie just a made up legend?