This is a photo of one of the peak nights of the Perseid Meteor Shower over Mt. Hood. I blended in numerous photos to showcase all the meteors that my camera captured over a 4 hour period of continuous shooting
Watching countless shooting stars literally "sizzle" as they soared past me was a wonderful and chilly experience sitting alone high in the Mt. Hood National Forest. The Eye of Sauron-looking part of the image on the right side of the horizon is a rising crescent moon as it breaks through heavy clouds in the atmosphere.
Stacked in Sequator and edited in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop
Nikkor 20mm F1.8
ISO 6400, F2.5 13s x 30+ images
(9 images stacked for the moon on horizon, land, stars. 20+ images blended in for shooting stars in original position. 5 stacked images of light painting with a single lumecube on the trees)