Geminids Above Cape Drastis, Corfu
Taken by Bill Metallinos on December 14, 2016 @ Corfu, Greece
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Geminids above Cape Drastis, Corfu

Nightscape above Cape Drastis with two Geminid meteors inside Cassiopeia constellation above the clay islets of Peroulades, Corfu.
The landscape shines under the light of the Supermoon of December while the colours of water change because of the clay. The sediments are from lower Paleocene age 1-2 million years old.
The Geminid meteor shower caused by the object 3200 Phaethon.

more about Geminids
http://www.imo.net/resources/calendar/#Geminids
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geminids
Canon eos 5D mk2, Ef 15mm fisheye, iso500, 2X15sec
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Breathtaking...
Posted by Piotr 2016-12-15 17:30:51
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