Family health reasons have me stuck in the city, a few hundred kms from my home and imaging place. To keep busy, I've been processing images from last galaxy season. For some reason - wanted more images etc - I didn't process them at the time. Here is NGC 4236. This galaxy is a Barred Spiral Galaxy in Draco, the Dragon. Its part of the M81 group but its not imaged nearly as much as M81 or M82. Its actually fairly big - 22.6' x 6.9' - but its very faint. This makes it a more difficult object to image than its size would indicate. I've still fairly heavily cropped this image. Details on Astrobin. Comments and suggestions appreciated.