Long (for me) session last night, magical... see post here:
I can't say enough though about the last object of the night, M3. All winter we have just M79. Anyway, after gorging my senses on all of the objects in the linked post, I ended with M3, which was remarkable under the super transparent clear skies here. The last think I did last night before coming in after 2+ hours was revisit M3 once it was much higher up and used the set of ES 82* EPs I have. It was great in all magnifications, but special mention goes to the 4.7 mm, last EP of the night, where the magnificent ball of stars glided through while filling 1/5-1/4 of the field. I think I really like using high powers on nights of good seeing on GCs to enjoy the spectacular resolution many give and the sheer majesty and grandeur of how they look under those conditions.
Went to bed a happy camper !!