What an experience it was seeing so many shooting stars ripple across the sky while being perched high above in the Mt. Hood National Forest. This is a blend of 30+ photos to show all the passing meteors over Mt. Hood in the span of 4 hours during the 2020 Perseid Meteor Shower. The bright spot on the horizon is the rising moon and the lighting on my foreground trees is from a single handheld lumecube. I stacked 9 images for the base sky and foreground and then blended in another stack of 5 images with the foreground lighting on the trees.
Nikon D 850
20mm · f/2.5 · 13s · ISO 6400