Perseid Meteor

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Perseid Meteor

Postby philc43 » Sun Aug 13, 2017 1:26 pm

I managed to get one image out of about 140 that showed a meteor. This was taken at 22:53 on 12 Aug 2017. 10s at ISO6400 using a 24mm lens at F4.

ImagePerseid Meteor by Phil Coldrick, on Flickr

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