Here is my latest image, again mostly processed with PI.
The image of Arp 227 in his catalog shows the two galaxies towards the upper
left in my image. The larger galaxy is NGC 474, a shell galaxy, and it is
thought to be interacting with the spiral to it's right, NGC 470. This
interaction may be the cause of the unusual shell appearance. Another theory
suggests that the shells are tidal tails, the result of interaction with and
absorption of many small galaxies over the past billion years. Another shell
galaxy, NGC 467, is seen towards the right edge of the image. There are numerous
other much smaller galaxies evident. The one below the bright orange star is PGC
4755 which appears to have a small tidal tail as well.http://sleshin.startlogic.com/stargazergallery/main.php?g2_itemId=415&g2_imageViewsIndex=1
Suggestions and comments always appreciated.