An Iris and a Deinotherium Head

Location of photo
Venice, Italy
Date/Time of photo
Canon EOS 60Da DSLR camera at ISO 1600 - Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L USM - Astronomik EOS Clip-Filter CLS - iOptron ZEQ25GT mount
In the faint Lynds' Dark Nebula 1171 I recognize the head of a Deinotherium (enormous prehistoric proboscidean, with two downward curving tusks, attached to the lower jaw). Severe light pollution: darkness: Bortle's class 7 - 492x30s ISO 1600 (unguided)
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