Combination of 12, 5 minute exposures using an H-alpha filter.
SBIG ST-8XE CCD. 50mm Nikon lens at f/4.

Although Aquarius is a fairly large constellation to the north-east of Scutum and has the Milky Way passing through it, the constellation has virtually nothing in the way of emission nebulae as is shown in the image below. The bright star towards the top left is the first magnitude star, Altair.