Many of you battled with freezing cold temperatures and stiff necks from staring into space for hours on end, but most came away feeling satisfied, having seen a few meteors.
Malcolm Harvey reported spectacular scenes over Southerndown beach where he saw "a couple of belters!" whilst Tony Evans spent an hour and a half lying down in a dark field, miles from anywhere watching meteors and lightening over head.
I wrote a little blog about it last week and laid down a photographic challenge on our Flickr group to all the photographers out there to try and capture this annual event.
We've had a few attempts submitted but one particularly nice capture came in from 'Virtual Tony 2000' who set up a series of long exposure shots on the cliffs above Penarth.
Sixty six shots later and a meteor decided to play ball. You can see it streaking right through the middle of the star trails in this stunning shot:
We also had this lovely landscape shot taken over Penmon Lighthouse, Anglesey from Kev Lewis. If you look carefully you can see a meteor towards the top right of the frame, flying from left to right:
If you've got any meteor shots you'd like to share, feel free to submit them to our Flickr group or you can e-mail them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.