Here are seven an a half hours, split in fifteen 30-minute subs, on the Wizard Nebula, aka NGC7380, aka Sh2-142.
NGC 7380 is a typical starforming region in the direction of an outer spiral arm of our galaxy (around 7,000 light years distant). This field contains many young energetic stars that make the natal gas that surround them glow an intense pink/red. The majority of stars for this newly formed group are out of the field to the upper left (right, in my image). Their winds and radiation sculpt clouds of gas and dust into the mountainous ridges seen here. The darkest parts of this image are foreground clouds of dust thick enough to extinct the light beyond them
(Quoted from http://www.noao.edu/outreach/aop/observers/n7380.html)