Here again we have a spectacular time lapse video. This time we have opted for a change in setting as this film is shot in the Joshua Tree National Park found in the South-East of California, USA. This video lasts for 4:30 minutes. During four days, a team of photographers have shot the Perseids, a meteorite show that can be seen by the naked eye and which occurs every year during summer (from mid-July to mid-August) in the northern hemisphere. This shower of shooting stars is composed of debris of the comet Swift-Tuttle. The size of the debris vary from that of a grain of sand to that of a pea. A very beautiful video that you might prefer watching on fullscreen.
Duration: 4:37 min
Credit: Henry Jun Wah Lee / Evosia