Saturday, November 13, 2010

Best Photographic Evidence of Nessie, Ogopogo, and Champ

Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster has been seen, photographed, and videotaped on a number of
occasions, but what is the best photographic evidence of Nessie? 

I am not taking into account videos, only photos. 

I think the best photographic evidence of Nessie is the 1975 underwater photo of Nessie, taken by Robert Rines.  The photo shows, quite clearly, indeed, a plesiosaur-like creature.  With flippers, a long neck, and a big head, this photo is very unique.

Ogopogo has also been seen, photographed, and videotaped on a number of occasions, but not as much as Nessie, though.

The best photographic evidence for Ogopogo is most likely the Francey/Gaal photo taken in 1980.

And, undoubtedly, the best photographic evidence for Champ is the Sandra Mansi photograph taken in 1977!

The 1975 Nessie photo can be viewed here:

The 1980 photo of Ogopogo can be viewed in Arlene Gaal's book:
In Search of Ogopogo  Hancock House Publishers, 2001

The famous 1977 photo of Champ can be viewed here:

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