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  • Timelapse of Milky Way, Perseid meteor shower over the Central Coast

    How do you take a "selfie" with a meteor shower? Grover Beach photographer Brady Cabe captured a series of images in 2015 of himself and the annual Perseid meteor shower, framed by the Milky Way. "With a little bit of patience and a whole lot of luck," Cabe said, he was able to get a photo of himself on a rock with a meteor shooting across the night sky. He turned a series of his photos taken in San Luis Obispo County into this "Standing in Awe" timelapse video.

How do you take a "selfie" with a meteor shower? Grover Beach photographer Brady Cabe captured a series of images in 2015 of himself and the annual Perseid meteor shower, framed by the Milky Way. "With a little bit of patience and a whole lot of luck," Cabe said, he was able to get a photo of himself on a rock with a meteor shooting across the night sky. He turned a series of his photos taken in San Luis Obispo County into this "Standing in Awe" timelapse video. Brady Cabe Photographer/bradycabe.com
How do you take a "selfie" with a meteor shower? Grover Beach photographer Brady Cabe captured a series of images in 2015 of himself and the annual Perseid meteor shower, framed by the Milky Way. "With a little bit of patience and a whole lot of luck," Cabe said, he was able to get a photo of himself on a rock with a meteor shooting across the night sky. He turned a series of his photos taken in San Luis Obispo County into this "Standing in Awe" timelapse video. Brady Cabe Photographer/bradycabe.com

Stunning Perseid meteor shower is at its peak this weekend

August 10, 2017 2:41 PM