Dark Nebulae in Cassiopeia

ASI2600MM, 360mm f/2.8, 16.6h (R/G/B 3x 2.7h, Lum 8.5h)

The region around constellations Cassiopeia and Cepheus is filled with several bright and dark nebulae, like this group.

These objects require a clear night without moon to get a proper image. With some luck and patience the brighter ones may be captured successfully even from a Bortle 5 location.

The smaller dark nebulae contained in the region of the bright nebula LBN603 may be recognised as a jumping giraffe, yet the official name is simply LDN1295.

Using some more focal length the group of smaller bright nebulae around LBN609 would be worth to look as well: