Although it looks dark and this was taken in NW Scotland the location was probaly less than 500m from a school with, IMO, too many orange security lights.
I think that, and my processing to try to reduce the colour cast, is the reason for the lack of more detail. The bit of the Milky Way close to Orion is not as strong as that through the constellation of Cygnus but, given a good site, it is clear.
The EXIF data is 15 seconds at f4.0 with and ISO of 800 - and a shedload of me playing about with the image in Photshop Elements, GIMP and a bit in Photoscape.
There are two candidates for the star in the east at dusk.
One is Regulus - the brightest star in the constellation of Leo. The other is Arcturus - the brightest star in the constellation of Bootes
Regulus is blue/white in colour and is the 22nd brightest star we can see from the Earth(this includes some that are too far south to be seen from the UK). Arcturus is orange and very bright as it is the fourth brightest star in the sky.