Storm Callum swept across Ireland and the UK from October 11-12, whipping up high waves and strong winds.
More than two dozen flights were cancelled at Dublin Airport, and a Status Orange weather warning was put in place as a safety measure.
In the UK, the Met Office warned that heavy rainfall could present a risk to life, with parts of Cornwall and Pembrokeshire experiencing gales of 60 miles per hour.
This footage shows the waves at East Portholland, Cornwall. Credit: Jules McIntosh via Storyful