Daily Mail reported yesterday that David Elder, an amateur photographer has captured some eerie evidence from the shore of Loch Ness. This evidence that he captured has spark debate if it's connected with the Loch Ness monster or not. That all depends on who believes in Nessie and who doesn't. Anyway, the photo that he captured shows a long bow wave that could have been caused by a solid black object under the water. Elder called the thing in the photo, a black area of water that is about 15ft long
Elder had taken the photo at Fort Augustus, which is at the south-west end of the 23 mile long body of water. He also had a chance to get video of the scene. Too see the video click here: Loch Ness Footage. Elder commented about what he was doing while this happened:
We were at the pier head at Fort Augustus and I was taking a picture of a swan at the time. (Source: Daily Mail)
He explained that the water was very still at the time and there were no ripples coming off the wave or anywhere else in the water. It was a strange event that happened in a place with much strange history.
The video and photos that David Elder had taken does spark debate on whether it's something to do with the legendary monster, Nessie or just something else that is lurking in the water. Like before it all depends on what one thinks about Nessie and the legend itself. Is it fact or is it fiction?