Perseid meteors

The Perseid meteor shower is caused by the Earth moving through the path of debris left by comet Swift-Tuttle. They tend to peak on August 12 of each year. They radiate from the constellation of Perseus. The constellation of Casseopeia can be seen at the lower right.

Taken from my backyard in southeastern Minnesota on 8/12/17.

Lens: Sigma 24 mm @ f/2.8
Camera:  Canon 70D; ISO 800; raw capture
Mount: Stationary tripod
Exposures: 2 @ 25 sec.
Processing:  The images were converted in Camera Raw and combined in ImagesPlus. The composite image was adjusted in Photoshop .
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