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    The 2013 Perseid meteor shower at Dream Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park. To be clear - this photo is a composite of the meteors that I photographed through the night. I took several images, and only used those that captured a meteor. I then combined all the captures of meteors through the night.
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    Mai Ding
    Mai Ding

    Very nice! Cloudy day in Washington:(.

    J D Power
    J D Power

    This image was made with image stacking software, like Deep Sky Stacker, or RegiStar. and Photoshop. It is my opinion that it does not comply with the guidelines as stated in your shot.

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    Pippa Stewart
    Pippa Stewart

    It's just incredible, both the sky, the scenery and the reflections in the water! Gah, I want to be there. 

    Rick H.
    Rick H.

    Great image, Max.  I really like the way the reflections in the water add to the composition.

    Anthony D
    Anthony D

    Max, how do you make a photo like this? It's something I've not been able to figure out.

    Jeff Hershkowitz
    Jeff Hershkowitz

    Great shot Max. Use of water to reflect is really helpful. That bright spot on the one meteor trail really makes it. Inspirational; will have to try myself.

    max seigal
    max seigal

    @J D Power No stacking software was involved with this photo, rather I manually composited all the meteor captures through the night into this one image. 

    max seigal
    max seigal

    @Anthony D Edited the caption to better describe how this photo was created. It is a composite shot from a night I spent out in RMNP. I captured several meteors over the course of the night in different images, then composited them to make this one shot that shows the numerous meteors that I had come across that night. 

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    Date Taken: Aug 13, 2013
    Date Uploaded: Aug 13, 2013
    Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D600
    Focal Length: 14 mm
    Shutter Speed: 30/1 sec
    Aperture: f/2.8
    ISO: 6400
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    Categories: Landscapes, Travel, Places
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