All six nebulae were imaged on the one night session on 1st September 2016. Well...astrophotography isn't a race, so six targets is actually not so good - usually I only do up to two, but quantity beat out quality in this session. The large wide field image of the Milkyway galaxy was done in July 2016.
So, anyway I've composed all the images into one - and shown where they are in the night sky with reference to the bright Milkyway, for those who are interested or are otherwise unsure about where they lie in relation to each other. Some of these nebulae can typically be viewed with binoculars under dark skies (albeit a lot smaller), although to me they appear to be dull grey smudges.
You can see (and download) images of each individual from my gallery of astro photos for 2016, located here.
All images of nebulae were made using a Skywatcher Esprit 120ED and Canon EOS6D (unmodified).
Project Manager and Engineer (control systems) with over 18 years of experience, Will Vrbasso has also spent the past few years developing his skills in astro and nightscape photography, and has interests in astronomy and spaceflight in general.