Finally getting a few of our shots up from the Perseid Meteor shower that happened in August. Each year, the Earth passes through the long trail left by Comet Swift-Tuttle, seeing up to 80 Perseids in an hour. This year, those lucky enough to catch it could see up to 200 meteors per hour in what is called an “outburst”. Evan and I were so lucky to find the skies above Boulder absolutely clear and in perfect conditions for a little night photography. The skies were so clear, in fact, that I could see the Milky Way glimmering a bit more brightly than the rest of the skies, and you can see that in some of the photos. Shooting stars were happening every 10 seconds it seemed, and I truly have never witnessed so many in my life – let alone in one night. I wish every night could be like this!