Star cluster M25
Melbourne seems to be making progress in getting the Coronavirus outbreak under some control, finally.
However, for the moment we're still in lockdown and can't get out of the city for astronomy.
Light pollution plays havoc with astronomy, and especially astrophotography. Light pollution is when light from street lights, house lights, sports stadiums, outdoor advertising and all those other reasons for turning lights on gets reflected off any dust in the air above us. It turns into a barrier separating us and the sky, effectively blotting out all the dim and interesting things out there.
But that doesn't mean we can't see anything. Right now, even if the Moon isn't in the right spot (it changes all the time, of course) Jupiter and Saturn are nicely available. They're both high overhead soon after sunset. If you stay up much later, Mars will rise in the East, and because it's near opposition, it'll look good in a long focal-length telescope like an Novo 909.
But we can also look for star clusters. These are pretty, largely immune from light pollution, and can be seen in inexpensive telescopes. I've shown a few over the past few weeks, and here's another one.
But if you want to see a pro's photo, have a look at this one.