The uploader writes: "Loch Ness Monster possibly caught on underwater webcam. I took these snapshots on a Loch Ness Monster Underwater Webcam website around the year 2000. I saw a huge form pass in front of the camera and blocked out all view (everything went dark) so I took a snapshot and captured this 1st image. It looks like the fin or flipper of a large creature. I don't think it's just a fish really close to the camera because if you look at a couple of photos from the end of this you can see a small fish close to the camera and it looks very blurry and does not take up the whole screen. Also, there appears to be a ball of light on part of the 1st image which I assume is a light affixed to the camera. If the image was right in front of the camera you would expect to see a big blob of light taking up the whole view but because there is a ball of light on part of the object makes me think that the object is at least several inches from the camera lens. If this is the case then the object would have to be several inches long. If it is close to a foot long then that lends credence to the assumption that the whole body of the creature should be close to 10 or 15 feet in length at least. The remaining photos are of the bottom of the lake (same location) but in a couple of them there is also a strange figure in view. I'll let you ponder what is in front of the camera. I'm not sure what it is but it could be the monster."
That 10 to 15 feet would not include the length of either the neck or the tail.-DD