It was touch and go all morning starting at about 2:00am when I woke up to see if I could capture some Leonids. When I first went out there was about an 80% coverage, but a half hour later it was 100% clear. Since I was up anyway I might as well give it a shot. I set up two cameras and started shooting at about 3:00am. Series of low layer clouds came and went, wiping out a lot of my 2 minute exposures. At about 4:00am I noticed a marked increase in meteors falling, but it wasn’t until about 4:30am when I captured three of them in one shot. This shot was the best of the night. In this image, I am looking east. Ursa Major is in the lower center of the picture.
Overall I imaged 184 frames. Only nine of which had meteors on them. Only this one had a multiple meteor trails on on.