pure beauty itself
I laid in a field nearly all night last night with my fave night Ďtoggers watching the meteor shower Perseids, and thinking about life of course, whilst these bits of dust were coming in at 120,000 miles per hour, some white some, some green (green Ďcos they burn iron) and red too, donít know why they are red must be something in the rock that is burning.
These bits of dust that were falling out the sky have existed since the Big Bang now ainít that something to Ďtog!
This is about 350 shots shot at about 800 ISO f 4 shot over a three hour period then stacked...SOOC
(some of the lights are my pals on a mobile and another guy just watching not togging, but I left them in so you can touch that feeling of just being there in the moment)
If you donít like this then your mad!
Anyway catch up later cos the shower is thicker tonight (but its cloudy though) but Iím still going back out ..even though my eyes are red from staring at the stars
PS: shot at my fave startrail location St Huberts Church in Finchdean OK its an odd comp but was the only way to get the comets, too small to see on EPZ but they are there
Tags: Landscape and travel
Night and low light
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