This picture I am submitting is the region of the sky is called the Christmas Tree Cluster or NGC 2264 in the constellation Monoceros, the Unicorn. There are several interesting things in this area. One area is called the Cone nebula which is seen to the left. The Cone is a large cold molecular hydrogen cloud with dust in front producing it's shape. The bright region in the center is called the Fox Fur Nebula which is a large hydrogen region that is stimulated by the bright and hot blue stars surrounding it. 20 10 minute sub exposures were stacked and processed using PixInsight. Taken with a modified Canon 5D Mk2 using a Orion 190mm f/5.3 Maksutov-Newtonian telescope atop an Orion Atlas EQ-6 mount. Taken at the Chiefland Astronomy Village on February 8, 2013.