This eye-opening timelapse shows an incredible cloudburst dumping huge amounts of rain in a condensed period of time — an […]
This eye-opening timelapse shows an incredible cloudburst dumping huge amounts of rain in a condensed period of time — an event the videographer dubbed a ‘Tsunami from Heaven’.
In Peter Maier’s amazing video, the grey clouds can be seen rolling toward the lake before unleashing a giant burst of rain in a small spot.
Lake Millstatt, in Carinthia, Austria, can be seen rippling as the rain engulfs it before the clouds roll off into the hills, leave the setting tranquil once more.
Peter, 27, capture the natural phenomenon on June 10, 2018.
He said: “When I arrived it had already started to rain slightly.
“I decided to make a short unprofessional timelapse of the lake and the clouds – you can see I have the lens directed directly to the lake.
“I put my phone on a cover, standing on a concrete pillar, and pressed the trigger.
“Then, from a bit of rain, something like that nobody would have thought.
“It was just breathtaking to watch live.”