The use of a Equatorial Tracking Mount for Astrophotography is a must... otherwise if you use a tripod only...you get star streaks like those in the image attached if your exposures are over 7 seconds. However, streaks aside, I thought this was an interesting image mostly because of the campfire lighting.
Note the star cluster at the 2 O'Clock position, that is over the Southern Hemisphere and Saturn is to its left about 25* rendering a slight orange tint. The campers new I was there, they shined flashlights at me a few times after I got set up but never approached me, probably because most people out in that remote area pack iron for protection, I did, I had the Super Blackhawk with me, just in case a nasty bear decide to get too close.
Camera: D800E W/70-200mm, 15sec @ f/4, ASA-640. PP Adobe LR & CS6. Out in the Boonies North of Markleeville, CA.