When you're tired and jetlagged, you do stupid things like take your camera gear out to film star trails on a very windy night. I set up to take about an hour's worth of star trails, which came out rubbish, but noticed that I had caught a very bright meteor in one particular time frame. This shot is the image that captured it, which is a 30 second exposure at ISO1250, using my Sigma 10-20mm HSM at 10mm, F4. It's obvious where the meteor is. Maybe you can pick out the Big Dipper at upper left, too?