Here are a couple shots with the Rokinon 14mm lens, looking southeast from the Trans World Radio antenna field.
You can see quite a broad section of the Milky Way; from alpha and beta Centaurus on the right edge of the frame, past Scorpius (above and to the left of the second tower from the right), Sagittarius (pretty much in the middle), Scutum (sitting between the top of the second tower from the left and the left most tower), and on to Aquila (half way between the left most tower and the left edge of the frame.) And if you look in the top left corner, you'll see the coat-hanger asterism (Brocchi's Cluster.)
The photo below is the same shot with some perspective correction to make the towers stand up straighter. This makes the stars a little fuzzy, but I like the overall effect.