A thirty second image of a Geminid Meteor from thursday night’s shower. I was fortunate enough to seize some extensive brilliant trails from fireballs in a couple of my illustrations or photos. i liked this one so i made the decision to share
thirty second shutter
focal length 18mm
Sony Alpha a390 DSLR
Sony SAM 18-55mm f3.five/five.6 lens
***this image has been featured in Business enterprise insider’s record of Photographs of the “best meteor shower of the year” an short article featured on the site businessinsider.com. My image is selection 17 of 20 pics from all over the world picked out. I’m fairly honored and energized to share my do the job with the masses and have a released piece.
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