May 13th 2014, I looked in the wing mirror and saw black clouds approaching us from behind which looked very menacing and at once I knew a storm had formed, we got out from the busy traffic and went after the cell and once on the N side of Cookstown we pulled over into a lay by and got out to get images. This is the storm cell in the process of leaving Cookstown and moving E towards Lough Neagh where it would soon put down a cluster of c-g bolts along the NW side of the Lough, moving R to L on the image with black base/precip core with tower building on the back edge, I liked the distant house and farm on the adjacent fields which provided a great sense of scale for the storm. The light was fantastic with black thundery skies while the sun shone on the lush fields, it would have been so cool to have had a funnel hanging over that barn, 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.