Waterfall on Mull going upwards in storm Gertrude


This waterfall on Mull is going upwards in storm Gertrude.

Or should we dub it waterfly?

An interesting by product of storm Gertrude was this waterfall being blown upwards and over the hill. To be honest it is fairly common around here, the most famous examples are the 4 waterfalls on the Morvern shore opposite Craignure which are known as the Widows' Tresses. Still not much of a day again here with frequent showers of heavy wet snow sleat and strong winds. The ferries are also disrupted again with the only Oban to Craignure sailings operating at 2145 tonight. The bread situation is dire so i made a delicious bannock for supper last night, well needs must etc.

Posted by Mull Charters on Saturday, January 30, 2016

That’s pretty much amazing.

storm gertrude waterfall backwards video
Video caption / Huffington Post

Storm Desmond also blew a waterfall backwards last december.

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