Gale force winds on the Isle of Mull caused waterfalls to flow upside down
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Waterfalls flowed upside down in Scotland

2 February 2016 Last updated at 12:23 GMT

Islanders on the Isle of Mull in Scotland were surprised when gale force winds caused two of the island's waterfalls to flow upside down.

The waterfalls usually tumble dramatically in to the sea off Ardmeanach, a stretch of land which sticks out into the sea on the south-west of the island.

The combination of gale force winds and heavy rain, caused by Storm Henry, forced the waterfalls back up into the air.

The strange event, which happened on Monday, was filmed by a local who put the video on online.