The North America Nebula found in the cygnus constellation and part of the "less popular" part of the Milky Way core region.
A widefield image of the Cygnus Constellation and "upper" parts of the Milky Way core full of hydrogen alpha gases that we see here throughout most of the year in the US.
A vertical widefield image of the Milky Way core region full of nebulosity. The Milky Way core is visible roughly from March-September in the Nothern Hemisphere and for astrophotographers here it aligns photogenically vertical like this during July and August.
The Orion Constellation with all it's juicy nebulosity. The red loop is Barnards Loop of hydrogen alpha gases, the witch's (broom) blue-ish nebula can be found on the bottom right, the Horsehead Nebula in the belt, and the legendary Orion Nebula m42 is located on the sword of Orion!