Loch Ness monster spotted in Glendalough

Little girl spotted a Loch Ness monster in Glendalough and she was not afraid at all. How is that possible? It was a lovely sunny day and many people came to Glendalough to enjoy the sun and water. No one was expecting to see a real Loch Ness monster in the lake.


You have to admit that the silhouette of our family dog Gerina truly looks like the shape of a Loch Ness monster. Me and my kids love this picture. It is a little bit different then usual landscape photographs. This photo has a special atmosphere, it is tickling my creative soul and inspires me for a painting. Maybe it will be my first landscape painting.

The Loch Ness monster / our family dog Gerina flying without wings:


Some of her scary moves:

When Gerina starts doing that, everyone runs away. Can you guess why?

Do you like these photos of Gerina? Have a look at some of her best pictures in article:

Gerina in water – little photoshoot


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3 Responses to Loch Ness monster spotted in Glendalough

  1. Ypsilon2007 says:

    As always I’m a fan of your photographs! But this one with the little girl is spectacular! What a great picture! Keep going!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Reblogged this on supersullivan and the Camino and commented:
    A very nice little blog piece from a lovely part of County Wicklow.

    Liked by 1 person

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