Last winter, the Bavarian weather was terrible. From November to January, we haven’t had a lot of clear nights. So as soon as the sky cleared up, I was very excited to photograph the Orion Nebula!
After weeks of Bavarian cloudy nights, I finally had a chance to photograph the comet 46P/Wirtanen. Icing on the cake: the sky cleared up right when the comet was passing the Pleiades!
A few days ago, I got to try for the first time my new lens, the Canon 300mm f/4L USM, which has the perfect focal length for the Andromeda Galaxy (Messier 31).