Google Scans Loch Ness for the World to See
Leaving no stone unturned, Google have brought street view to Scotland’s famous Loch Ness, revealing the terrain of the supposed Monster for all to see from the comfort (and safety) of their screen. Divers from the Caitlin Seaview Survey went deep below the surface of the lake to capture the shadowy peaty waters and reveal them for all at the touch of a keyboard.
Aptly adding street view to the lake on the anniversary of the first publication of Surgeon’s ambiguous Photograph of the Loch Ness Monster, which featured in The Daily Mail on April 21st 1934. Google have of course also cerebrated the occasion with a quirky doodle:
On their official blog, Google have stated that “There are more searches for Loch Ness than there are for other U.K. institutions like Buckingham Palace and the Peak District.” Thus, Google thought it only right to allow people view the lake where it supposedly resides.
The Lake is available to explore through Google Maps here. At 800ft deep, and with a possible monster lurking underneath the surface, go if you dare!