Thanks. For the most part I surfed Tom's Celestial Portraits for the small bright trinkets staying south of +60 due to the scope's limitation as seen in this photo http://www.pbase.com/polakis/image/72073162 Mostly there were a lot of planetaries. As you can well imagine, the detail knocked my socks off! All of my many pairs, seriously. I don't have the list here with me in non-snowy Michigan but a couple of them come to mind immediately, like the Little Dumbell M76 which was a huge take-the-field bowtie, the Eskimo N2392 who happened to be wearing an intricately embroidered parka, and Einstein's Cross which with some concentration 4 lobes definitely came into view. I so wanted to observe the Moon--just for historical reasons but it was too new. Jenn Polakis ---- gene lucas <geneluca@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Nice tour shots, as usual, Tom and Jenn! > ...But WHAT did you get to observe???? > Gene Lucas > (17250) -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.