The "Lobster Claw Nebula" (Sh 2-157), an emission nebula in Cassiopeia, and Sh 2-157a a ring nebula around the Wolf-Rayet star WR 157. I finally captured hydrogen-alpha and oxygen-3 frames for one of my favorite Sharpless catalogue objects. I will come back later in the year to get better OIII frames and an SII set. I didn't get to the underside of Cepheus--or the borderlands between Cepheus and Cassiopeia until 1:30 am, and by then I only had an hour and a half of astronomical night left. This time of year the sky begins brightening at 3:30am, which makes it tough to get to some of these later objects.