The first glob I've done in quite a while. This is only about ten hours of data, a lot less than the 20+ I've been doing on most targets lately:
I've also got M10 in the processing queue, and the color difference between the two is pretty striking. The other interesting thing about M3 is that it's currently way out in deep space, 32,000 light years above the galactic plane. Never thought about that, but I understand it now that I think of where it is in the sky. Neat stuff.
Full details on capture and processing are below the image at the link.