When you have a monthly challenge do you leave it to the last hour? Of course not, that would be daft.
But despite this epic lack of planning and lashing rain all day, the skies miraculously cleared at literally the 11th hour to let me at it.
This is a stitched up panorama of the Western heavens with Orion, the Hyades, the Pleiades, Aldebaran and Jupiter to name but a few.
Oh and to add insult to injury, this also seems to be my 300th blip.
So I'll just brass it out and say this was all planned and there are actually 300 stars potentially visible in this shot.