First up, M48 an open cluster in Hydra (although it's really much closer to Monoceros). To locate this cluster, I used the constellation Canis Minor as pointer stars, with M48 sitting on the Procyon side (left).
|Stack of 121 subs, 85 darks, 78 bias at ISO 3200, 300mm, f/5.6, 1.3 sec|
|Screenshot from Stellarium showing Canis Minor as pointer stars for M48|
Next up, M67 is an open cluster in the bottom of Cancer. This one is a piece of cake to find because it was within the same frame as Alpha Cancri at 300mm zoom. All I had to do was use Alpha Cancri as an anchor star and M67 was right there.
|Stack of 101 subs, 85 darks, 78 bias at ISO 3200, 300mm, f/5.6, 1.3 sec|