Meteor shower season brings popular time-lapse shots of star tracks crossed by streaking meteors. This one from Michigan has to do with as trippy as they come, recorded over a two-hour period above Lake Huron. ” Mars remains in the lower right with reflection on Lake Huron,” describes photographer Samer Hariri. ” A red moon is rising on the horizon of the lake. There is a smeared Milky Way, Capella rising also with its reflection in the lake, automobiles driving south and the lights from cities on the Canadian side of things.”.

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