Here's a quick shot of the Pleiades star cluster I did with my 40D and 28-135mm lens @ 135mm. Well actually its 10 2 min frames stacked. This is one of those things lots of people mistake for the little dipper since the little dipper is actually harder to spot then this group of stars in most urban areas. I was surprised that a little ole camera lens actually picked up some of the blue nebula that surrounds the stars. This is a close up (1300mm @ f6.3) of the star Merope (In the above pic is the one with the blue fuzzy next to it) and its surrounding nebula. This was about 40 2 min frames stacked.