Located on White Rocks beach, Portrush on December 4th 2011 during a late night moonlit storm chase. This was a distant squall line or line of convective cells which had moved in from the NW Atlantic over Donegal as the line advanced closer with every passing minute, you can see the convection lit by the moon with anvils and towers with stars aloft as the winds whipped the sand across the beach like snakes on steroids, the rest of the line extended well into the distance out of frame to the L, I love moonlit convection and I love the coast but it can be very uncomfortable despite it's beauty, sand was flying on my camera lens, I knew because I could hear the sound of it hitting the glass and the wind was shaking the tripod which yet again involved holding it steady with both hands, what I wouldn't give for a calm night at the coast for a change, 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.