June 28th 2012, we had just left Maghera approaching the E-W junction onto the Glenshane Road when we spotted a beautiful cell to the SW so we parked up to get a few images. The cell looked much better before we got stopped with a very sold straight back edge on it however it still looked great over the green fields near Glenshane. Radar confirmed this was a thunderstorm over Omagh so it was some 40+ miles away from our location so must have been pretty massive indeed, the sheared anvil looked really impressive blowing downrange in the direction of the storm's forward movement (L to R) so this storm was probably organized for a brief period and radar showed an interesting hook feature associated with it too, probably not a true hook of sorts but interesting enough to suggest some large scale rotation could have been happening under it, 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.