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Prior to theLeonidmeteor shower of 2001 I asked readers to send me their photographs. The winner, which I judged to be the best of those submitted, would receiver a free copy of the current issue ofThe Video Journal.

Mymeteor shoot wasa bust. Hope you enjoy these though.

The winner of a free copy ofIssue #2ofThe Luminous Landscape Video Journalfor having the most interesting meteor shower photograph submitted isBill Swails. His entry is seen immediately below. Congratulations Bill! 

Bill Swails 

Bill Swails  Superior, Colorado,

Canon EOS-3, Canon 28-70 2.8 zoom set at 28mm, Kodak Supra 800 film. Exposure Unrecorded.

This photo was taken on the west side of the Crestone Mountains in south central Colorado, USA at an elevation of about 8,000 feet. Exposure unrecorded. In the original negative I can count 15 different meteors. I was treated to clear skies and an incredible display. There were so many meteors, I w...

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