Star watching

lots0

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Yup it started last night well actually about 3 am my time.. with some very very cool fire balls.

I missed getting the fire balls on tape, but I am sure someone must have... they were so friggen cool, never seen anything like it before.
 

littlebit

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This time of the year really makes me miss living in an area where there aren't so many city lights as to make it nearly impossible to see anything. When I was a little girl growing up in the mountains, seeing "shooting stars" was a nightly event , especially in August. Home was an area with an inky black sky perfect for one of nature's most spectacular displays.

I envy those of you who were in a good area to observe this beautiful event. As usual, I wasted my time trying to see something over all the city lights of Houston. Poooh. :D
 

lots0

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last night was a bust for me.
I went out about 2am... and only saw a few. No more cool fire balls.

LOL - One thing we have in abundance around here is a big empty inky black sky.
 

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