The following picture was submitted by French astrophotographer Jérôme Delpau. This is not the first time Jérôme captured great views of ISS transit. Last time he managed to photograph the shadow of ISS on the Moon.
Beside the info in the caption, Jérôme sent some more details in the e-mail (translated from French):
At that moment, the shuttle Atlantis (STS-132) is docked to the ISS. Its presence can be seen in the middle bottom (the Triangular shape).
Filters: ND AstroSolar 3.8 UV / IR cut
Focal Length: 1250 mm
Speed: 1 / 5000 s
On 19/05/2010 at 13h09m20s UT
Transit time: 0.55 s
Location: in Moncé Belin (72)
Many thanks to Jérôme!