On the Cookstown carriageway on May 13th 2014. I ran across the grass verge and back to the car in the lay by and got a few images and video clips of the storm as it crossed the fields which looked quite cool against these trees, again moving R to L. You can see the central updraught tower of the storm visible in the clear gap, it was 10 miles away so must have been fairly tall at this point in its short life. Notice that the tower is straight and not leaning over, that's because there was no strong winds aloft (speed or vertical shear) to tilt it over, the image is a good example of how the updraught rains straight back down into the inflow area suffocating the cell, these pulse storms may last 20-40 min's before dying because they are not organised, however that doesn't make them any less exciting to watch, storms are storms and they are all beautiful and unique in my eyes, I was also really enjoying the cloudscapes with this one, read the report for more information.* 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.