These are a little large yet but I really had to cut the resolution and size down to make them a reasonable viewing size for the web. Stars are a slightly elongated on the "moonset" image as this was taken without my SkyTracker.
Canon DSLR T3i (600D) 30 Seconds 1600 ISO 14mm F2.8
Sanibel Island off the coast of Southwest Florida about 40 minutes from my house. This is not a composite image. This is the setting moon and due to strict lighting laws the sky to the south is black allowing the Milky Way to appear quite prominent.
Thanks Hunor. I shot several more widefield images there recently but have not had time to process them. It's a fantastic view into the southern skies over the water. The Milky Way is very bright. Unfortunately, the "bulge" is getting lower all the time so no more good shots until next summer. I'll bet the Milky Way is fantastic at your latitude. How about a widefield shot from Mauna Kea?