One from last night, had about 30 minutes to shoot the sky portion between astro twilight and the moon rising, couldn't get all the shots necessary for the whole arch to be in frame. This is at Silver Lake near Brighton, Utah, it's a bortle 6 zone with LOTS of light pollution which makes illumination across the sky very uneven and proper color balancing in post is damn near impossible. I took this same shot last summer and figured I'd retake it again this summer now that I have a better handle on imaging and post-processing (plus better equipment). The meteor/fireball was really cool, it came down as I was taking a foreground shot, it was so slow I could see it rotating as it burned up. I actually stopped the exposure 30 seconds short to make sure I got it, thankfully I did and even managed to catch it's reflection (which if you look close becomes this funny squiggly line as it nears the reeds).
It's 12 shots altogether, 5 for the sky, 5 for the foreground, and 2 extra for the reflections. The sky/reflections shots are 2.5 minute exposures, ISO 400, f2.5, the foreground exposures are 2 minutes, ISO 800, f2.5. Taken with my Nikon D600 and Rokinon 24mm f1.4 lens on a Star Adventurer tracking mount.