In February 2014 there was taken probably my favourite photo from the Hubble Space Telescope. It shows part of NGC 2174 nebula at infrared wavelengths.
We can find this object in the constellation of Orion and although it’s the target mostly for astrophotographers, it’s possible to observe it by our own eyes. You don’t need some huge telescopes for it – NGC 2174 can be seen through 100 mm binoculars and under very good conditions even through 50-70 mm (but UHC filter may prove helpful).
Krita, WACOM CTL 4100.