July 25th 2013, Cookstown to Omagh road watching a severe thunderstorm, I was taking images and a quick video clip at the same time and didn't realise I was talking to myself, I said out loud ''rotation'', it was meant to address the sky and not meant for human ears however when I glanced to my R I saw several men inside the shed - who owned the trucks - who had been watching me and no doubt thought my actions were a little odd, however even they began watching the sky too when the storm announced itself through the aperture of their work station. I ran across the road for a better angle, climbed the grassy bank and rested the camera on a fence post top for support, the storm was rotating proudly and at times I saw black formations of scud lowering down in front of the preicp and directly under the central point of the rotation, it almost looked like brief spin ups were happening for a few sec's however the lowerings were not tight enough to be called funnels, regardless it was a testament to how much this storm was spinning. Here's the storm looming over the road, the entire convergence line extended for miles either side of this frame, 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.