Starting in early August and peaking this past weekend, Perseid meteors streaked across skies around the world. The Perseids, named for the constellation Perseus from which the meteors appear to emerge, arrive when Earth passes through debris left by the Swift-Tuttle comet. – Yahoo! News
To catch this celestial event, many of you put your time-lapse and exposure-setting techniques to the test in droves. Featured here, the light streaks in the night skies are exceptionally captured from the U.S. (New Mexico, Oregon, California), Scotland, and Ukraine.