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Is this the Loch Ness monster?

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posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 08:05 AM
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This might shed some light on the subject:

blog.autographer.com...




posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 08:51 AM
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a reply to: DarkkHero

All that sticks out to me in that blog post is:

Buy this device for $399.00 US or £299.00 EU...

Which seems very convenient that "the" device that captured "the" image is also being plugged throughout the explanation of how "the" photo came to be.

I smell a marketing ploy, albeit creative, but a glorified ad nevertheless...humble opinion of course.



posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 09:43 AM
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a reply to: gortex

UK aint the savana though...



posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 01:18 PM
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UBERL33T, YOU ARE THE MAN, my dear Brother. I always thank the Gods for you and for the gracious gifts they have given you. You are truly a remarkable member of the community.

Thank you Lord, for your Blessings on this humble community. Thank you for the Blessings you give us that we never deserved.

Be safe, my dearest Brother.



posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 03:30 PM
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Are yous being serious?? It's obviously a joke about the Scottish Referendum. Bugger Nessie!! FREEDOM!!!!!!



posted on Sep, 16 2014 @ 03:27 PM
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Anything today can be photoshoped, whomever this picture have a great quality.

It bring us back to the same old quote: "I want to believe."

I choose to believe thsi thing is real.



posted on Sep, 17 2014 @ 03:28 AM
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a reply to: DarkkHero

Great find!


And just to complete the circle, a close up from the "original":



I'm no photo expert, so I wouldn't know what to look for - but the reflection of the neck looks a bit "meh" to me. And there's something funky going on with the neck itself...?

On a side note - according to the "original" image's EXIF, it wasn't edited... For what it's worth:


EXIF
Make OMG LIFE
Model AutographerV1
Orientation Horizontal (normal)
Software 38A.
ModifyDate 2014:09:03 09:16:22
ExposureTime 1/200
DateTimeOriginal 2014:09:03 09:16:22
CreateDate 2014:09:03 09:16:22
MakerNoteUnknownText (Binary data 99 bytes)
ColorSpace sRGB
ExposureMode Auto
WhiteBalance Auto
GPSVersionID 2.2.0.0
GPSLatitudeRef North
GPSLatitude 54.4025
GPSLongitudeRef West
GPSLongitude 2.962222
GPSAltitudeRef Above Sea Level
GPSAltitude 106.6 m

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posted on Sep, 17 2014 @ 04:08 AM
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Yeah this looks a little too good to be true..but i can't see why it is not real...i am a believer in stranded dinosaurs in all great lakes.It is interesting that it has a greyish look,this is consistent with all the reports worldwide.So if it was hoaxed (somehow) they certainly done their home work.

I had, what i think what was 'possibly' a close encounter in 2010 in loch lomond..very strange..when i was in an inflatable kayak.They say these lochs are as deep as the mountains at either side (so many hundreds even thousands of feet) when you are in the middle, it truly looks like an abyss,as the water is jet black,due to the peat leaching from the hills etc.

Anyway,when i first set off from the shore, i had to navigate my kayak over some 'boulders'/rocks and when i went over them, i had to arch my back so i didn't tear/rip/puncture the kayak (as i was laying down on my back in it) So i continued to row out to the center of the loch.As i was cruising along i went over 'something' bearing in mind i am now in hundreds of feet of black water (no boulders or sunken objects) it was the same feeling where i had to arch my back...needless to say i s@!t my pants and rowed back as quick as possible lol..

Just thought i would share that...cool thread by the way

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posted on Sep, 17 2014 @ 04:33 AM
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originally posted by: SlapMonkey


1. If this was a snapshot of a creature having just risen out of the water or was moving or whatever, there would be SOME sort of disturbance(s) in the water surrounding it. The way the water is in the image is how it would appear if it had been there for some time.


Hmmm..i'm not so sure about the disturbance that many are saying should be occurring?..think about crocodiles and hippos..they can arise from the depths without any commotion on the surface water layer..not only that, but we are dealing with a creature that is no doubt fearful of human presence and has become a master of ellusion (well most of the time)



posted on Sep, 17 2014 @ 07:47 AM
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originally posted by: Buddyman

Hmmm..i'm not so sure about the disturbance that many are saying should be occurring?..think about crocodiles and hippos..they can arise from the depths without any commotion on the surface water layer..not only that, but we are dealing with a creature that is no doubt fearful of human presence and has become a master of ellusion (well most of the time)


Yes, but those animals, when rising slowly and causing minimal disturbance to to the water's surface, only rise a few inches out of the water. This supposed creature appears to be multiple feet out of the water. Unless it's been standing there for a few minutes prior to the photograph, I just have a hard time believing...plus, there are other visual cues that tell me this is fake.

Plus, I don't buy the argument that a creature that big is so fearful of humans that it will constantly walk on eggshells in its own habitat, just in case one of us pesky people happen to be there.



posted on Sep, 18 2014 @ 02:07 PM
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This is a joke!!! It is not real. Stop discussing it.



posted on Sep, 18 2014 @ 02:18 PM
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a reply to: Eimaj24

Why ? it's fun

I've made better avatars than that image LOL

ATS isn't all doom and gloom porn Eimaj, it's fun as well. Welcome to ATS by the way.

Cody



posted on Sep, 18 2014 @ 03:22 PM
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Thanks for the welcome Cody. Its just that it was meant as a joke and yet these people are seemingly taking it seriously. I was fearing that humour had died haha. a reply to: cody599



posted on Sep, 18 2014 @ 03:34 PM
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The water looks still around it, you should see some ripple or something no?..its a fugazi I think.

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posted on Sep, 18 2014 @ 04:46 PM
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originally posted by: ICallGhosts

Why do almost all of the picture's of "Nessie" look the same? The long neck, head in same general direction, same kind of hump? The only difference I see is that the hump seems to be pointed, and looks kinda like a weird pyramid. LOL


I was just about to point out how this photo looks like a modern version of the most famous nessie shot. The same angle, the same exact position and the same exposed body parts.

It's almost like a reboot of the old photo.

I'm not buying it. I don't believe there's any dinosaur like creature living in any of the lochs or lakes around the world.

First, we'd be able to find them. We have found coelecanths, giant squid, oarfish etc in much larger bodies of water.

Second, a dead one would have been found at some point. It's not like there's another predator out there feeding on long lost dinosaurs.

Third, the mythological monsters are amazing for tourism dollars and, like Champlain and Ness, the denizens of the towns around this lake want some tourist dollars.




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