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Before it reached the shore, the object appeared to submerge momentarily as it turned to the left and moved parallel to the shore, moving at a speed of about 10 miles per hour (16 km per hour). Although the object was just a small spot in the camera viewfinder, Dinsdale could easily see a V-shaped wake or wave pattern fanning out to the sides behind the object as it moved through the water. He also saw “rhythmic bursts of foam” break the surface at the side of the object as it moved forward. To Dinsdale, it was obvious that these foam bursts were caused by flipper strokes—strokes made by a swimming monster.
Plesiosaur neck vertebrae (there were up to 73 of them in an elasmosaur—the extremely long-necked plesiosaur most often identified with Nessie) were strung so closely together that they barely had any wiggle room. As a result, the neck was not very flexible and was capable of very little up-anddown or sideways movement. There is no way Nessie could bend its neck into a graceful S-shaped curve. Even if it could, that pose would serve no purpose. The structure of the plesiosaur skull shows that the animal’s eyes pointed in an upward direction; if Nessie assumed a swanlike pose, it would be staring up at the clouds.
If one of the three objects was definitely proven to be a tree stump, then it’s certainly possible, even likely, that the other two objects were also simply tree stumps, logs, or other bottom debris. That would go a long way toward explaining why the “heads” of the objects in the three photographs all looked different—a difficult detail to explain, unless one assumes Nessie to be an accomplished shape-shifter like its Kelpie predecessors. All in all, Rines’s photos turned out to be a bust. No one has come up with any better underwater photo evidence in the years since Rines’s 1975 effort.