Located on White Rocks beach, Portrush on December 4th 2011 during a late night moonlit storm chase. Looking NW facing into the wind and flying sand towards a feature which I had spotted earlier on radar. That line of white cloud extending across the image in the distance was a squall line feature which had just come in off the Atlantic and in the process of passing over the W coast of Ireland and over Donegal, further more it was heading directly towards me and as the min's ticked by we could see it getting closer and slightly bigger in the sky. That row of convection had hard tops in places and was composed of a line of towering cumulus and cb cells covering a very wide section of sky, it looked cool lit by the moon with the stars above, that line of rocky islands over the sea are called 'The Skerries'. For the night sky enthusiasts out there the constellations above the squall line are, from L to R, Cygnus, Lyra with bright star Vega, Draco, and Hercules, read the full image report from this night here. * All images are available for sale in the form of photo prints, canvas or digital files for licensing, if you are interested in a purchase simply drop me an email.