I have posted a photo of the Seven Sisters before:
The Pleiades is the best star cluster in the sky and it's easily visible to the naked eye , rising in the East and staying high in the southern sky all night. It's 380 light years away, so the light you are seeing has been travelling through space at 186,000 miles a second since shakespearean times (if my maths and my history is right)
It looks like a large fuzzy blob, and you should be able to see 7 of the 200 stars, hence its more common name of Seven Sisters. If you have binoculars, take a look. It's stunning, and because it's so big, it's actually more impressive through binoculars than a telescope.
What do you mean "Where is it?" Between the branches of the tree on the right, of course!
I'm happy to say, my skill set has expanded over the last year. Ta dah!
This is a combination of 7 exposures at 800 ISO, totalling 2 minutes 55 seconds, using the 500mm telephoto lens on the Nikon, piggybacked on the telescope.
The stars are bathed in nebulosity, which is just beginning to show with the star at the bottom of the cluster.