Weather and Light Effects at Loch Ness Creative Commons License

(under reconstruction)

The weather and light can have strange effects of the surface of Loch Ness. Below are a few examples I have recorded.

Three published "Nessie" photos are included for comparison.


Air turbulence causes windrows

Above Copyright Gordon Holmes

Lighting can be locally poor

Lighting can be locally good



Dark objects can appear very pale

Sun reflections can appear as white humps

Above Copyright Richard Preston



Logs can run aground

Logs can drift with a current


Logs can resemble almost anything

Above Copyright William Jobes

There are often boat wakes, and perhaps solitons

And sometimes nothing

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Some Weather and Light Effects at Loch Ness by Dick Raynor is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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