My first glimpse of this was with a 10" reflector star hopping from Andromeda in 2005. That Halloween the counterweight from the same fell and broke my toe. So it was yesterday we set out to fight the dew, make double sure the -very same- counterweights were respected and have a go at a few snaps of it. At around 2.7 million light years away it's very faint but thanks to some of APT's finest plate solving we hit it dead centre.
galaxy m33 in triangulum
canon 700d with bresser ar152s 41x240s @ ISO800