One amateur photographer named Ian Bremner believes he could have captured the most convincing evidence of the Loch Ness monster that we have ever seen.
While driving around the lake, the 58-year-old warehouse worker was in search of red deer and was snapping pics of the calm waters of the Loch Ness. It wasn't until Bremner arrived back home in Invergordon that he scrolled the photos, and realized that he might have just caught Nessie swimming along the surface of the water, according to The Sun.
The photograph taken on Saturday afternoon from the banks of the loch shows what appears to be a long, silver creature causing ripples in the water with its powerful swimming stroke.
Bremner stated, "It's a part of the world that always makes you second guess what you're seeing." He continued, "When you're up there you're constantly looking in the water to see if you can spot anything in there. This is the first time I've ever seen Nessie in the loch. It would be amazing if I was the first one to find her."
Before taking the picture, Bremner admitted to being skeptical that the Loch Ness monster was real. However, he is now changing his mind.
"I'm normally a bit of a skeptic when it comes to Nessie and I think it's just something for the tourists but I'm starting to think there is something out there," Bremner stated. "When I saw it on my screen I said 'what the hell is that?'"
The rumors of the creature date back all the way to 1933, and there have been over 1,000 recorded sightings of the monster. The strange photo taken by Bremner gives more life to the theory that Nessie is a long serpent creature as it bears a striking resemblance to the monster of popular folklore.
Do you think this amateur photo could be the Loch Ness Monster?
[H/T The Sun]