What a night! Yesterday we went out to watch the perseids meteor shower and, of course, take some shots.
Well, during the day it was super hazy and I wasn't really sure if we could actually see anything up there. But after we arrived, the weather cleared up and it was such a great experience to look at the meteor shower.
We saw a lot of meteors, but since I was shooting the milkyway with my 35mm lense, I didn't really catch them (btw - stay tuned for the superb meteor shot from my dear friend @vivosch )
About the picture: It‘s a vertical panorama of 2 pictures, taken with my 35mm f1.8 lens. The sky is stacked out of 14 exposures and I really have to say that at this point: I can't believe how good my old Nikon D5100 is performing, even after 8 years the quality is still really good.
Settings >>> Nikon D5100|ISO4000|f1.8|35mm|6sec, each exposure (14 exposures (84sec) in total)|stacked with deepskystacker