On June 23rd 2015 the long thunderstorm drought of the 2015 season finally came to an end when after hours of warm temps and high dew points the cap finally broke producing several storm cells to the W and SW across the Sperrins at 19.00 UT. I parked on Glenshane Pass facing W and got into a large field and set-up the Go Pro and did a long time lapse of the approaching storm and once again I was in my element with camera shooting time lapse while I felt warm and comfortable wearing a t-shirt in the humid air while watching storm clouds approach, this is the way Summer should be!, I heard thunder rumble in the distance and that made it official, my personal thunder drought was over, this storm had turned the tables and set the tone for a new period of weather action. Once it passed I drove back into Maghera, took the junction on the Coleraine road near home and saw an interesting sight so I pulled onto the grass verge to get a few images. This was an inverted bowl lowering under the base towards the back of the cell which was exhibiting obvious sustained inflow with clouds lifting upward into the base and curling similar to a wall cloud-type lowering, it looked mean as it stirred over this country house and for a moment I thought it was going to produce rite there but it teased me then became engulfed in precip as the cell drifted away across the fields to the NE, this is a wide angle 10mm shot. A small stubby funnel cloud did form briefly out of frame to the R under another base. * 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.