Actually our little point and shoot cameras don't work well for taking nighttime photos of fast moving targets like meteors. During the daytime, out on the prairie, the wildflower paparazzi (Mrs. T.) can point and shoot lots of shooting stars. Take a look....
One very large GSD (Baron) and thousands of small Shooting Stars on the virgin Hayden prairie near the Iowa - Minnesota border....
Things improve with practice.ReplyDelete
I never see a shooting star so my camera practice is virtually nil. It is great that your good lady has plenty of other stars to capture. So pretty.ReplyDelete
Where there's a will ...ReplyDelete
Lovely. Such a beautiful flower.ReplyDelete
What a neat looking flower and it does resemble a shooting star.ReplyDelete
Hi Troutbirder ... we have some here and I didn't know what they were ... and they are so pretty - what a lovely field of them ... delightful wildflowers - cheers HilaryReplyDelete
Oh, I love this pretty shooting stars. Around here they are pink. :-)ReplyDelete
That's a large patch of beautiful shooting stars. Baron looks impressed!ReplyDelete
Thank for your very good article! i always enjoy & read the post you are sharing!ReplyDelete