Following Storm Ciara, This Woman Captures A Once-in-a-lifetime ‘Eye Of The Storm’ Moment 

Storm Ciara, known differently as Storm Sabine in some parts of Europe⁠, swept across Ireland and the United Kingdom over the weekend of 8–9 February before thrashing the north coast of mainland Europe. As it was passing through, this woman had the opportunity to capture a mesmerizing picture of the ‘eye of the storm’. The picture shows a magnificent view, making you feel it’s Mother Nature herself looking down to us.

This woman from the UK captured superb images of the ‘eye of the storm’.

Sarah Hodges is the 48-year-old woman from Bolton, United Kingdom who noticed this spectacular view on the evening of 11 February. She thought that sight was worth capturing, so she took some pictures and shared them on Facebook.

Sarah Hodges captured the photos in Bolton, UK, where Storm Ciara swept through.

Image credits: Jam Press

In an interviews, Sarah says “I took the pictures last Tuesday 11 Feb 2020, between 9.34 pm and 9.39 pm, just from my bedroom window at my home address. I am obsessed with the moon, sunset, sunrise, and the sea. I just used my Samsung S9. I know I got lucky, people spend thousands on cameras to get the perfect shot. I feel overwhelmed and proud, as it’s a once in a lifetime shot… which I do understand.”

So far, over 35K have been left in awe after seeing the beautiful photos and have shared them in their Social Media. 

Image credits: Jam Press

There were some people who saw it in a religious way.

Some others, though, have a different opinion.

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Written by Catherine

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