As I was telling Datura in an e-mail, the star-trails are probably there, but because it's a wide-angle photo, all of the details are smaller, and the streaks might be less noticeable.
Here are some I'd done;
This was from Mathura, Trinidad with a 50mm f/1.4 lens.
A very fast lens in very dark place, so lots of detail and you can actually start making out the clouds of the Milky Way. I was stunned when I saw this photo emerge on my LCD. 30 second exposure.
But a 50mm lens is a bit long, so you can see streaking.
This one was a cheap, slow 18mm lens at Tucker Valley, Trinidad.
With the wider angle, you can see how the stars start looking like points. The lens is too slow to get any of those crazy details the fast lens did.
With the same image zoomed to 100% , you can see that the stars actually are steaking. You just don't see it when everything is reduced in size.
When I get rich, I'm going to screw a telescope onto my camera and things would get really funky.
Unless you care to spot me $10,000 ?