Meteor shower season brings well-known time-lapse pictures of star trails crossed by streaking meteors. This one from Michigan is about as trippy as they arrive, captured over a two-hour interval above Lake Huron.
“Mars is in the lower right with reflection on Lake Huron,” explains photographer Samer Hariri.
“A red moon is rising on the horizon of the lake. There is a smeared Milky Way, Capella rising as well with its reflection in the lake, cars driving south and the lights from cities on the Canadian side of things.”
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