Andreas Solvik was going on a roadtrip with a couple friends in Norway and while passing by Europes deepest lake, Lake Hornindalsvatnet, they photographed these two images. It looks like Loch Ness is alive and well in Norway. The lake is over 500 meters deep which is over 1500 feet deep. Incredible. Lots of room for monsters like this to hide out in and avoid detection. These are the best lake monster photos that we may have to date in lake monster history.
Three men on a trip to Lake Hornindalsvatnet saw something strange break the surface of the lake on Aug. 1.
“We saw what we saw, no doubt about it,” Andreas Solvik told NRK.no.
Two of the men snapped a picture on their cell phones of something that appears to have a head and two arch-like sections of a possible long neck and body.
It’s not the first time that a serpent has been rumored to live in Hornindalsvatnet, which, at 514 meters, is the deepest lake in Europe.
Solvik and his two friends, Finn Nyhammer and Arvid Otterdal, were familiar with the local sea serpent tales, but hadn’t figured on seeing it themselves.
“I have lived beside the lake for 50 years, and have spent a fair amount of hours on the lake. I have never seen anything like this before,” said Solvik.
“We sped up and went over to where it had been. It was maybe 70 meters away,” Solvik added. “But when we got there, there was nothing left to see, only small ripples in the water. There wasn’t anything floating in the water.”