This widefield image, captured using the HyperStar imaging system, shows two beautiful deep sky objects of differing types. NGC-7635, The Bubble nebula (lower left) is an ionized Hydrogen emission nebula that is illuminated by a super-hot Wolf-Rayet type star. On the other hand, M-52 is a beautiful open star custer which contains nearly 200 stars, ranging in brightness from 8.3 down to 11.5 magnitude. These two objects are located in the constellation of Cassiopeia, and are about 35 arc minutes apart in the sky. This image was taken at Land of Oz Observatory on February 7th, 2013, and is a One Hour and 20 minute integration of 5 minute exposures through the C-11 at f/2 using the StarlightExpress SXVR 694C Color CCD camera, binned 1 X 1 and operating at -10 degrees below ambient temperature. Guided, captured and combined using Maxim DL 5. Post processed using PhotoShop CS2, Gradient XTerminator and StarShrink.