A wild last storm chase to end the year on December 28th 2011 along the Co. Antrim coast during the impact of a deep Atlantic low pressure storm which brought 70-80mph wind gusts, big waves, a horizontal foam storm and convection, there was also a chance of tornadoes from any storms over the ocean. My girlfriend and I spent the day documenting everything at Ballintoy then as we drove back through Portballintrae at dusk just as the sky was starting to get dark this big line of cells arrived from the ocean which looked absolutely stunning, menacing, and highly threatening as they trekked from ocean to land, I quickly pulled over onto a foot path and took this out the open car window, it was such a difficult shot in low light and hand held as there was no time to get a tripod set up, I had to ISO up high and use a slow shutter and steady my hand, this is the result which closely matches the naked eye view, note a line of sheared anvils from the cells, soon after this the cell produced a nice dusk mammatus display, 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.