This particular photo was taken by me back in 2005, when I was racing around the island of Puerto Rico with Paul Kimball, and his Red Star Films crew, in search of the blood-sucking nightmare known as the Chupacabra.
It shows the scene from my hotel-room window, and as you'll note, where the waves are hitting the rocks, you can see a large, jagged piece of rock standing up like Nessie's neck.
Well, no it's not the neck of some ancient serpent of the water!
But, it does have a notable legend attached to it that is widely known on the island.
So the tale goes, centuries ago a fisherman headed out to sea at that very point and never returned.
The man’s faithful hound, however, waited patiently at the shore for his master to come home, but it was never to be.
Such was the dog’s devotion, his long and lonely years-long vigil resulted in the animal being turned into a solid block of stone, forever thereafter resigned to a lonely vigil in the waters...
Folklore? Of course! But, engaging folklore, nevertheless...