The comet that wowed us when it was near the crescent moon back in March (details here) is still putting on quite a show. Granted, it's much fainter and smaller now, but photographically it's still pretty amazing.
Comet Pan-STARRS in the predawn sky on May 14, 2013. The bright star is Errai (mag. 3.2) of the constellation Cepheus.
Takahashi FSQ-106ED X-III, FLI ML11002-C camera (not color-converted), AP Mach1GTO mount.
Single 10-minute exposure with no calibration. North is to the left.