I hadn't planned to image the Trifid Nebula, I was out to get an image of the Moon and Jupiter. The seeing was rather good so I made the decision to move out of the city (Bortle 8-9) and out to my "dark site" (Bortle 4-5) 45 minutes away to get better images of Jupiter and try for Saturn.
While the Saturn videos were recording I was looking through sky objects on my phone and spotted the Trifid nebula. I hadn't imaged it yet. It was lower in the sky than I'd prefer and near the Dallas/Ft. Worth light pollution. And there was the Moon, near 100% full and bright as ever. I decided to give it a try, if only for practice/fun of it. Not long after starting the imaging there was fog appearing in fields nearby, and rapidly increasing and encroaching on my location. When some condensation began forming on the corrector plate I called an end to the session.
I wasn't expecting to get a usable image out of eight 60 sec subs, but I was surprised to find it cleaned up fairly well (by my standards).