Strong winds by Storm Callum seemed to reverse a waterfall in the Isle of Skye on Friday. The striking footage was captured by Chris Martin and shows the wind blowing the water upwards. Chris shared the video on a Facebook group called Scotland from the Roadside. He said: “When a waterfall don’t fall. Talisker Beach on Skye. Was blawin a Hoolie the day.” The viral video posted on Facebook has been shared more than 3,000 times and has had more than 3,000 likes. Those who have watched the video have been left mesmerised by the footage and said it was ‘stunning’. Facebook user Elizabeth Anderson said: “Unusual sight to see, a waterfall blown away by the wind.” Chris Smith said “Oh my. Hard to believe the wind was that strong. Great pic.” Ines Donn said: “Gives vivid impression of the power of the elements.” Tony Hutchinson added: “Only in Scotland could a waterfall be blown back up from where it came from, f**k I love our country.” Read More Top news stories from Mirror Online Storm Callum has devastated parts of the UK this weekend, with Scotland and Wales being hit the worst. Floods closed roads and travel was disrupted across the two countries. A key road in Scotland, the A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful in Argyll and Bute, was closed following tonnes of debris falling on to it after multiple landslips. In Wales, the town of Crickhowell was left ‘like an island’ as water submerged the roads.