Just be out to see what photos, if anything, we could get of the Perseids meteor shower, we did better than expected.
Sadly light pollution was a nightmare, even in the wilds of Lincolnshire... tractors ploughing, police cars with blue lights flashing & the clouds reflecting street light glare from Lincoln, some 20+ miles away.
Our best results seems to have been archieved using ISO 3200 f4 for 20 seconds... longer exposures resulted in too much light pollution or stars had moved so they looked blurred.
Out of the 49 frames I took I managed to get 3 frames which included meteors, though nothing spectacular.
On Saturday night we saw one particularly spectacular meteor, but we didn't have the camera set-up at the time.
The peak of activity is between now and 2AM so still time to get that tripod out.
Will post an image or two later today.