Orion nebula M42

I return to the Orion Nebula, M42, because it is one of my favourite subjects. When I first used my new telescope (100mm aperture f/5 Skywaycher Startravel 102) and pointed it at the Orion Nebula, I was so surprised to be able to see so much of the nebula by eye in the dark skies of Dumfries and Galloway. Then when I took some photos with the Nikon DSLR, I was simply amazed by what appeared on the screen with only a 20 second exposure. This is another attempt; it’s a stack of 33 ten second exposures, a total of 5m 30s, with a flat field correction applied. The focus was set up properly using a Bahtinov mask on the bright star Rigel, and I think this shows in the improvement in quality from the previous image.