The UK is currently being battered by storms, severe gales and snow. And the effects of the unsettled weather are clearly showing at sea, too.
One fisherman from the north east has tweeted his morning view - showing off a terrifying huge wave right next to his boat.
According to the Aberdeen Press and Journal, John Clark shared the picture with is followers, many of whom felt queasy just looking at it.
On Thursday he tweeted two pictures of the treacherous sea, writing: "Office view 3 miles from Peterhead still stormy."
Office view 3miles from Peterhead still stormy kind#eatmorefish#stormykind pic.twitter.com/J362D2xRxB- john Clark (@jrclarkbf800) January 15, 2015
The other said: "Office view this morning. Big waves 8 miles from Peterhead#eatmorefish#stormykind."
Office view this morning.big waves 8miles from Peterhead#eatmorefish#stormykind pic.twitter.com/goGQA2WOUd- john Clark (@jrclarkbf800) January 15, 2015
John had been correct when he'd tweeted just a few days earlier: "Office view this morning. Fine day but 4cast looks poor #eatmorefish#fishingdeluxe."
Office view this morning.fine day but 4cast looks poor#eatmorefish#fishingdeluxe pic.twitter.com/Hkwhh1qwKQ
- john Clark (@jrclarkbf800) January 13, 2015
The idyllic scene was somewhat different to the huge waves the crew faced just three days later.
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