This was a fun night. We went out looking for aurora (the predictions were promising, but alas inaccurate) but did catch some cool stuff nonetheless.
At the center of this shot less than a mile away, is Wylfa nuclear power station (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wylfa_Nuclear_Power_Station
"), home to two 490 MW Magnox nuclear reactors, "Reactor 1" and "Reactor 2." Construction began in 1963 and they became operational in 1971. "Reactor 2" was retired in 2012, but "Reactor 1" may continue working until December 2015.
I also caught a meteor. I'm not convinced it's a Lyrid (which peaks on the night of April 22/23) as it's not at the right angle, but something made a fiery entry through the atmosphere.
Oh, and the sky and water DOESN'T glow green around this area! It's in fact yellow, thanks to the intense lighting of the power station, but I thought green gave it a NU-CLE-AR feel!
On the way back from taking this shot I came across Britain's Civil Nuclear Constabulary (http://www.cnc.police.uk
), an armed branch of the police force who protect these sites. I must have drawn attention to myself! ;) All was cool though, and it's good to know they are keeping a watchful eye on things.