With a thin layer of high cirrus moving in, the seeing was below average on Sunday evening about 10 pm EDT but good enough to wander around M84 and M86. What caught my eye with the astro video output was NGC 4402 in the same field with M86. Contrast was weak and the best adjustment on screen under these conditions is to adjust the contrast and brightness so one has a dark chocolate background to maximize the contrast to the targets. I dutifully used a medium brown Artagain rough sketch paper to try to capture the background along with the evident detail of the objects. Both objects are interesting, but 4402 is the more fascinating with its dark lanes that unevenly slice the edge-on view of the galaxy.
The Virgo cluster is simply magnificent. It is hard to go anywhere and not see a galaxy. While the scripture below is true for observations with eyes alone, it was not until the last few decades that common every-day people like me could wander around this area with good optics and marvel that He set all these in place--only to be seen in detail well after the words were written.
Proverbs 3:19 By wisdom The Lord laid the earth's foundations; by understanding he set the heavens in place...