This image is a 14 hour integration of Lynds Bright Nebula LBN 438 captured at F/2.8 700mm FL with my ASA N10 Newtonian Astrograph. This is a dark nebula in a the constallation Lacerta.
Copyright David Kopacz (data acquisition), Yuriy Toropin (image processing)
A larger resolution image where all the background images can be found is here http://www.astrobin.com/full/21510/?mod=none
An annotated version with the names of the galaxies can be found here http://www.flickr.com/photos/ytoropin/8049861619/sizes/o/in/photostream/
The image was processed in PixInsight by Yuriy Toropin of Moscow Russia.
While the cold dark nebula is the focus of the image what is most interesting are the galaxies in the background. Take a look around and see how many you can find. I have discovered 11. The face on galaxy at the top just left of center is PGC 69439 and the face on galaxy just above the second red star to the left of the skinny center part of the nebula is PGC-69518 and is estimated to be 195 million lights years distant.
On the right hand side of the nebula, just to the left and up from the largest red star is PGC-69400, another face on galaxy.
Another clear face on galaxy can be found in the bottom left hand portion of the image, near the largest bright blue star. Just under the top left hand difraction spike is PGC 2101898.
Overall, I have counted 8 very distinct galaxies and over a dozen including some small smudges.
While the nebula is obviously the main focus of the image, the background galaxies are certainly a noteworthy subject of the image.