This was the night sky around 9PM in Schweinfurt, Germany facing South-East. We had clear skies for the first time this year so I took the opportunity to borrow my dads camera. The images are a bit blurred unfortunately but good enough to make out major stars, planet mars and constellations. (update: 20110716, I've made copied the mouseover code from nasa's APOD and it can be looked at by keeping the mouse over the image (takes a few seconds)).
Heavenly bodies found in this photograph Mars, Pollux, Castor, Procyon, Capella, Aldebaran, Pleiades, Constellation Gemini, Constellation Auriga, Constellation Taurus, Constellation Perseus, Constellation Canis Minor
I used the program Xephem to see what planet that was after being told by Figz on IRC that it was Mars. He was right.
A blurry picture of Orion, with Betelgeuse in orange hue.
Here is a stitched together composite (fisheye view) of two images, I think it turned out pretty well actually, seen are sirius, orion, procyon, aldebaran, gemini, mars, auriga, capella, perseus, taurus and pleiades. After looking at this and counting the sides I realise now there is the Winter Hexagon in this picture which is comprised of the 6 stars Sirius, Rigel, Aldebaran, Capella, Pollux, and Procyon. See if you can make them out. I used hugin (open source software) to stitch these two together.
Check out the originals.