Strong winds which brought havoc to the UK on Monday even upset the course of nature – by blowing waterfalls backwards.
Dramatic footage shows a waterfall being turned upside down by the powerful winds on the west coast of the Isle of Mull, Scotland.
It was captured at around midday by Reuben O’Connell, who works for Isle of Mull Cottages, as he visited one of the company’s properties.
He said: “I happened to see that from the gardens of one of our properties.
“It was about as strong as winds get around here and you sometimes see these things and think it is quite spectacular.
“That is what is nice about the island – it is quite dramatic in this sort of weather.”
The impressive spectacle was in a part of the island known as The Wilderness and has clocked up more than 900,000 views on the letting organisation’s Facebook page.
But despite amazing people online, Mr O’Connell, 35, said the sight was not that unusual for the area.
“We see the waterfall being blown backwards occasionally, but yesterday was particularly dramatic,” he said.
Storm Henry battered parts of the country with up to 90mph winds on Monday and left thousands of homes without power.
Bridge and road closures caused by the storm also led to rush-hour disruption for motorists.