Amber Fischer Photography Challenge
Day 14: Creative
Away up in Scotland is a Scottish fjord that they call Loch Ness. So deep and dark, nobody knows what's in there, but there is rumored to be a bonnie creature living deep within the hidden crevices of the loch's bottom. Is there something down there?
Brought to the world's attention in 1933, the Loch Ness Monster created huge waves throughout the entire world. Described most commonly as a monster similar to a plesiosaurus, several sightings have been reported since then. Evidence of her existence is unreliable, with minimal and much-disputed photographic material and a few sonar readings. The scientific community regards the Loch Ness Monster as a modern-day myth, explaining sightings of this wonderful creature as a mix of hoaxes and wishful thinking.
Pfft. What do scientists know? I wouldn't expect a person who doesn't believe in magic to be able to find Nessie- a creature so crafty and creative, she has eluded authorities for several decades.
But I know the truth. This crafty creature ain't no joke, I can tell you that much. And now I have the proof. I captured this photo in a rare moment; Nessie basking in the sunlight on a hot summer day.
Nessie, you keep on swimming, and don't you forget to keep return on a sunny day to those of us who love and believe in you.