A Meteor Over Northern Bay (astronomy sunrise+sunset Fall+colors from+the+sky sky ). Photo by deepwoods
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A Meteor Over Northern Bay

Uploaded by: deepwoods

Wednesday November 21, 2012

Penobscot, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I was surprised to see this over the Northern Bay at Sunset last night. It was very close and probably fell into the Gulf of Maine. It was travel from North to South. I had never seen a meteor before.

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About deepwoods

deepwoods

Enjoy taking photos in the area of Downeast Maine where I live near the shore with my husband and our dog, Drzl, who is one half greyhound and one half rhodesian ridgeback. I am not a professional, I just shoot what looks cool or interesting to me. Thanks for looking!

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