The wind at an English national park was so strong that it actually blew back the flow of an 80-foot waterfall this week.
According to the video posted by Rod Kirkpatrick on YouTube, the footage was taken in the Derbyshire Peak District and shows the Kinder Downfall struggling to follow its normal course as Mother Nature beat it back.
Just watch the video:
The U.K.'s the Mirror reported that the end of Hurricane Gonzalo hit the country with up to 108 mph wind gusts Tuesday, killed three people and injured several others.
By Wednesday, the U.K.'s Meteorological Office downgraded the risk in the park to moderate as it was experiencing gusts around 50 mph.
The video posted on Tuesday already has more than a half a million hits from stunned viewers. One of the commenters described it as the waterfall that "stopped falling."