Hopefully you were able to experience this year's Perseid Meteor shower. I missed it the last two years, so I decided this was the time to make up for it. I stayed out all night for two nights in a row photographing the shooting stars reflecting in alpine lakes and soaring over the Teton mountain range. The image featured below was one of my favorites. Between 4:30 am and 5:00 am the sun, while still far from breaking the horizon, began to lighten the sky and the mountain tops. In this thirty minute window the meteors, as if to take advantage of their last opportunity to appear against the darkness, began rapidly flashing in the sky every few seconds. The image below is a combination of several consecutive exposures to give a sense of what this scene felt like.