The Burke-Gaffney Observatory imaged edge-on NGC 4157. A canted spiral galaxy in Ursa Major. One of the RASC Finest NGCs. Dark dust in front of a compact core. It does not seem symmetrical.
Dang, an artificial satellite wandered through the luminance frames...
Luminance only, 60 seconds subexposures, 10 stacked shots. FITS Liberator, Paint.NET. North is up; east is left.
It looks like there are a lot of small faint fuzzies in this image, particularly to the north of the central galaxy, and to the east. SkyTools 3 Pro only identifies a few subjects.
LEDA 213943 is a bright thin almond-shape to the south-west of the big spiral. In Ursa Major.
LEDA 2377854 is to the north-east. It is a dim oval. In Canes Venatici.