A misadventure in framing, I tacked on the Shoebuckle Cluster after the sequence of my current project, the Triangulum galaxy. A quick search of the eastern sky around 3:00 AM in Stellarium showed the Shoebuckle being a prominent feature, so I quickly added it as a sequence without regard for its interesting neighbor, the tighter open cluster NGC 2158. You can still see it in the top left, however.
Being a cluster, I didn’t need as much data to get a good result. This is only about 4.5 hours of data. The moon was a nuisance for the second night of collecting data and gave me a terrible background gradient in the final integration. Luckily, I was able to reduce it to barely noticeable.