I'm going to be the first to admit, that I don't usually have an eye for photography and often times wouldn't be able to change the camera to the proper settings if my life depended on it, but these newer whiz bang electronics takes all the guess work out of it and pretty much changes everything automatically to even where I could take a decent picture. Last night, I was taking the dog out and noticed that the sky was so clear and the cooler temps had less "haze" than usual so I thought I'd try to get a few pictures while things seemed favorable. This picture was trying to highlight the Plaedes star cluster. I've always been interested in it because my eye will pick up the faint glow of it, but only through my perephreal vision if I'm not focusing directly on it and looking off to the side of it. So, I was pretty ecstatic when I got back in the house and reviewed some of the pictures. That star cluster is the question mark looking constellation near the top center in the pic. And zoomed in a little better without the trees in the frame And a few other random pics I've taken in the past.