It started as a white streak. Then it turned green, then red. And it lit up the clouds and ocean. I was looking right at it when it burst through the atmosphere and started burning up as it plummeted from the sky. I may have screamed a bit. I at least gasped. A quick glance down at my camera gave me hope that I caught it. I then may have danced around in the dark as my camera continued to shoot away at the early morning Milky Way sky. Thunder Hole was not so thunderous this morning, so I was able to follow the tide out and play around on the rocks and in the pools.
SONY ILCE-7RM3, f/2.8 @ 16 mm, 291s, ISO 1600, No Flash
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Keywords:Maine, Scenes of Maine Photography, coast, foliage, lakes, landscapes, ocean, ponds, scenic Maine, seascapes, skies, sunrise, sunsets, winter