Dale Holt sent in some observations using his 20 inch reflector coupled to his Watec 120N+ astro camera to produce some stunning sketches. Dale's observation of the well observed M57 or Ring nebula in Lyra shows some very subtle detail including 3 stars superimposed onto the ring itself, the 4th is the central star, the star that made the ring.
Dale also sent in an observation of M51 the Whirlpool galaxy with the recent Supernova, the detail in Dales sketch is amazing showing good detail within the galaxies spiral arms.
Dave Finnigan sent in numerous CCD images, mostly globular clusters and galaxies and all show good detail especially the globulars as the central regions are not over exposed. I really like his M13 as it is the Northern hemisphers brighest globular and a superb sight in a medium aperture telescope.
Daves M12 is also good as it shows the uneven outlaying stars really well.
Michael Kinns sent in some sketches using an 8 inch reflector of various galaxies and I really like his M64, the black eye galaxy sketch as it shows clearly the large dark dust lane that gives the galaxy its name. Also his M106 sketch is good as it shows some nice hints of spiral structure.
Peter Grego sent in a 15x70 binocular sketch of M11, M26 and NGC6712 all in the same 4.4 degree field of view, obviously all look like misty patches of light but it is nice to see all three within the same field.