The planet Venus, shining brighter than all of the stars, so it looks like the only star in the sky during the sunrise. The only thing in our sky that is brighter (not counting the sun) is the moon because it is so much closer to Earth.
Star trails circle around the north star (top left) and the lines straighten out as you look to the east (right side) if you could see the view to the right (out of frame) the lines would start to curve again, in the opposite direction as the stars appear to circle the south pole. I made this time stack by combining 356 photos into one image. I also took out a few airplane trails, and faded in the beginning and end of the timelapse so the star trails don’t start and end abruptly.