Rho Ophiuchi cloud complex is probably my favourite part of the night sky. It's so colourful with hydrogen and glowing dust from the surrounding stars. Anytime that I travel, this is the first object that I think about taking a picture of because it is too low and in the trees at home. While I was capturing this image in south Chile, the clouds rolled in pretty quickly. I was only able to acquire 30 minutes after it rose. That far south, the weather can change your plans quickly. It's definitely not like the Atacama desert in the north.
Details: Canon 6d, og Canon 100mm macro lens, f2.8, iso800, 3 min light subs total integration time 30min with darks and flats. Tracking mount: Rainbow Astro Rst-135 from https://www.tolgaastro.com/