Space Rocks 🤘☄️🛸👽
Perseids meteor shower did no disappoint. I drove up to my favorite camping spot on Mt Laguna to watch the show late last night and had the meadow all to myself. I saw 30-40 meteors an hour, including a dozen fireballs. In this image, you can see a meteor streaking past Mars while the Milky Way was setting. This is a single exposure of 20 seconds, no photoshop bs.
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Timberline Falls juxtaposed with the Milky Way, a shot I wanted to get since the first time I ever visited it but didn’t know this alignment was so clean in August until doing some research through @photopills. I used three @mpowerdinc #lucilights to light paint the waterfall, key from the right and the other two as fills to the middle-left.
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It’s also #mountaincrushmonday and #milkywaymonday 👏🙌 This shot is from our final night in Glacier National Park and the start of the Perseid Meteor Shower 💫 I always thought of the meteor shower before as shooting stars, but they were way, way brighter and larger than normal shooting stars. I was lucky and got one to appear in the middle of my shot right over Gunsight Pass (over Gunsight Lake) #glaciernationalpark#glaciernps#perseidmeteorshower
Hope everyone is out shooting the perseid meteor shower and catching some stars! This is from a few years ago while camping at #yosemite !
Check out my other adventure photos in my gallery - link in bio.
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This is a 9 shot pano at 28mm — 15 sec - f/4 - iso 6400 — stitched in Lightroom. • • • • • • • I went out and captured this before the moon had risen too high last Thursday; this upcoming week and weekend is looking promising for clear skies, which calls for late nights and little sleep☕️🌌
I did not go far for this one. My house is between a wooded lagoon and lake. I couldn’t resist the chimneys, and the pine trees wrapped around Mars (barely got it hidden to the left) for a very cool and different kind of spooky foreground on this midnight capture of the Milky Way in my backyard. Hoping the weather is great for all the Milky Way Chasers this week with the new moon and meteor shower.🌌🌠
Canon 5D Mark IV
16-35 f/2.8 LII
Settings: 16mm f2.8 SS20” ISO2000