No good weather in Belgium last time. The evening of the 4th of December there were two gaps in the clouds, just long enough to put the big cluster Melotte 20 in Perseus on paper. In the 8x42 the cluster exists of 2 parts: the saxophone string with Mirfak and a group of clear stars with Sigma Persei as the most striking (yellow color!) specimen. These two groups together form an oval with NW-SE orientation of about 2.5° long. The fine stars at the edge make the cluster rounder in shape. I hope you like the sketch!