In the lower left you can see the tailend of a fireball. This one was very bright and colorful, unfortunately it was just out of the frame. A second smaller meteor followed just behind it. The brightest star near the center is Vega in the constellation Lyra.
"The Lyrid meteor shower consists of remnants of Comet C/1861 G1 (Thatcher). The orbit of this comet appears to lie in the constellation Lyra, close to the border of Hercules; hence these meteors are called the Lyrids." - PrimitiveJim.com Photography & Fine Art by Jim Hall
Viewing conditions were pretty spectacular for this years Lyrid Meteor shower, moonless (new moon) and cloud free.
I happened to be in Valdosta where the light pollution was minimal so I was able to catch a few on camera.
Missed the apex which was Saturday night, but I was able to see quite a few meteors throughout the early morning hours of Sunday the 23rd.
I saw a few extremely bright fireballs as well but only caught one by the tail end in my photos.
I also stopped on my way home 2 days later along the turnpike to take a few shots. It was one of the clearest nights I've seen in a long time here in South Florida.