Out on my deck, too tired to set up the telescope this night, I observed with my 7×35 Nikon binocular instead.
Locating Omega Centauri amongst the trees was a treat, particularly since there was a lovely asterism of 6th & 7th magnitude stars beneath it that look like the Big Dipper with a curved tail.
Object: Omega Centauri, NGC 5139
Object Type: Globular Cluster
Location: ~4,000 elevation, Maui, Hawaii
Date: 4/17/12, 10:35pm
Media: White paper & pencil. Inverted with Photoscape