The Earth rotation makes the sky rotating above our heads. But in this time-lapse movie made from 700 shots, it seems that it's the wind turbines that makes the sky spinning!
The bright dot is the planet Jupiter. All the trails (except one) are due to satellites. They disappear when they enter in Earth shadow.
This time-lapse movie is made from 1225 individual 10 s exposure (Canon 30D at 1600 ISO with Sigma 30mm open at 1.4) taken during 4h30', from the evening to morning twilight. In the first 15 s, a Quarter Moon is lightening the landscape (from the right). Once the Moon set, some fog appears, scattering the red light atop the wind turbines.
The big wind turbine in the right is spinning to fast to see its blades. 39 s after the beginning, the wind turbine almost stops, revealing its blades.