A Wizard, closely. This is a zoom on the 'upper torso' of the larger NGC7380 nebula, or 'the Wizard Nebula.' Shot at 1645mm using the Optolong L-eXtreme filter.
Hours of 2-minute exposures using my Sony Alpha 6300 reveal the Milky Way's wall of stars, galaxies, and nebulae that's practically a 'star map' of who's who in common targets. Visible targets include Messier 52 (a cluster), the Bow-tie Nebula, the Bubble Nebula, and the Wizard Nebula. There are several other planetary and diffuse nebulae and galaxies to boot.
Clear skies provided the opportunity to finally image a target that's been blocked by trees most of this year. I was able to image all night, but despite the warmer weather I lost some time due to dew forming on my lens (I was lazy and didn't set up the dew heater). This is the Wizard Nebula and you can probably tell why. Imaged mainly in Hydrogen alpha with a few broadband captures for stars.
The Wizard Nebula is a faint nebula that requires lots of exposures and possibly a filter to see. It surrounds a young cluster of stars.