This ia another composite image of the Geminids taken with my Canon 6D and a Rokinon 14mm lens at f2.8. This was towards the end of the night. Some bright long meteors were captured heading down to the east. The Big Dipper is visible on the top left, oriented vertically.
One of the bright fireballs seen late at night! This one was greenish and it lit up a part of the sky. This is a single image only (not a composite).
Canon 5D, Rokinon 24mm f.1.4 lens (set at f2.0)
Morning of December 14, 2017
Long Geminid meteor meets a flaring artificial satellite. In reality, both were likely very far from each other... just an interesting line of sight! Taken on the morning of December 14 2017.
Canon 6D, Rokinon 14mm f.2.8 lens