The bright Orion belt star, Alnitak (O class), lies to the left (you can just see that it has a companion – B class).
The Burning Bush or Flame nebula is just below that (NGC 2024 or Sharpless-2 227).
To the right is Barnard 33 – the Horsehead dark nebula – dense, cold dust and gas backlit by a cloud of glowing hydrogen gas (IC 434).
Go left and downwards from B33 and there are two dust/gas cloud reflection nebulae lit by bright stars. The larger one is NGC 2023.The smaller is IC 435.
Altair Astro 480/80mm scope.
Canon 60Da at ISO 800 – 14 x 5 minute exposures.
Hutech LPS filter.
Guiding and dithering with SSAG/PHD.
Ioptron ZEQ25GT equatorial mount.
Drizzling and post processing in PixInsight.
30 flats (LCD panel – ISO800 at 1/20 sec)