The shot is centered around bright star Gamma Cygnus (Sadr) and contains many bright and not so bright nebulae. On left bottom side you can see a very interestingly looking object - DWB 111, known as Propeller nebula. Not much known about this object. Central portion of the image is known as Sadr Region, with Butterfly Nebula on bottom right side. Finally, on top right side you can find famous Crescent nebula NGC 6888.
Equipment and processing
Telescope: 135mm F2.8 lens
Mount: Meade LXD55
Camera: ST 8300M
Filters: Baader Ha,SII,OIII 7nm
Capture software: Maxim
Exposures: Ha: 47x600 OIII: 30x600, bin2 SII: 27x600 bin2