These are wind slicks; patches of calmer water, reflecting the dark opposite shoreline, as opposed to the surrounding silvery reflection from the ripples. They are caused by inconsistencies in the wind flow.

(See Timeline 1960: Oxford and Cambridge Expedition).

Loch Ness Project:
Derek Colclough.

single slick

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