That's great. They never show up nearly as well on camera as they do to the eye. Also something this dynamic makes for awesome time-lapse sequences. Too bad you didn't have a wide angle lens and a tripod.
John Davis is a great guy. He has come to our events an many occasions over the years, and I always look forward to chatting with him at Stellafane and at the pre-Stellafane workshops at the Hartness House.
+Jim Hendrickson That's another good one. I'd say you can keep calling it "Jim's Cassiopeia." Not many people know it by that anyway; I often hear it called the "Mini Cassiopeia" or "Little Cassiopeia" - not "Kemble 2."