Here is about an hour and a half to two hours of exposure for these images of the central Milky Way area, captured this weekend with SG Pro from Allumette Island, Quebec. I used a Canon 60Da and a Canon 55-250 mm zoom lens, at 55 mm and 75 mm. Images were guided and dithered using PhD 2 Guiding, with an AZ-EQ6 mount. There is a pretty small window this far north between it getting dark and the galaxy core sliding below the horizon, so it is hard to get as much time on it as I would like. I do like the variety of subtle colors in these images.