It has been cloudy or very cold for too many weeks now. We came home from an astronomy meeting and it was not that cold (-8C) and not that windy and not that cloudy, so outside we went (for a few minutes) and took a few images, obstensibly looking for aurora but the coud that was there was mostly in the north, blocking the view. This is a 15 second image of Orion with our new Canon ELPH120 compact camera set at 1600ISO. Just as we were taking the image, the snow with ice cover shifted, cracked and moved the tripod a smidge, hence the jerky image.

Same 15 seconds at 1600ISO of Jupiter through the trees and cloud. Not too bad of a few minutes outside