The nebulosity at the top is NGC 6960 - sometimes referred to as the Witch's Broom or Western Veil Nebula. Below lies Pickerings Triangle. These beautiful wisps of ionized hydrogen
and oxygen are part of the Veil Complex - remnants of a supernova event which took place an estimated 5000 to 10000 years ago in the constellation Cygnus.
The Veil Complex is one of the most imaged areas in the night sky.