Lochs and Monsters
Loch Carron is an attractive highlands lake.
Another view of Loch Carron.  In comparison, the far more
famous Loch Ness looked extremely dull on a day with little
visibility.  We searched Loch Ness diligently for the monster,
but found nothing.  The trick turned out to be knowing
exactly where the monster lurks.     
And here is the Loch Ness Monster, making a special
appearance just for tourists.  Looks perfect, even though
this replica does not move, and is near, but not in, Loch
Ness.  Picky, picky, picky.  A consolation prize.
The Loch Ness Monster is ready for its close up.  
Pictures don't lie, and it was the best I could do.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch the free 1997
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video of England, Scotland and Ireland by
clicking on:
My Pub Runneth Over  
Also try my 2013 video of Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland:
My Pub Runneth Over Too