Exciting news! The webcam imaging bug has bitten me and I've invested in the necessary hardware: a Philips ToUcam 840k model upgraded with a more sensitive B&W chip, ASUS Eee PC netbook, and a handful of free software downloads! Check out my efforts here!
And here is a selection of my own (very limited) astronomy pictures.
Near half Moon taken on 12th Feb 2008. Skymax 127mm Maksutov, Mikon Coolpix 4300 digicam, afocal projection using 32mm Plossl. 1/60th exp, ISO200, f3.6
My first moonshot, taken on 15th November, a couple of hours before it reached full phase. Taken afocally through my ED100 f9 APO refractor, using a 32mm Plossl eyepiece and Nikon 4300 digital camera. Image processed in Photoshop Elements and CS (thanks for tips, Eric).
Taken on my way to work on Sat 3rd Feb 2007, looking over to the west across the Cromarty Firth at about 8am. The full Moon was setting, and the sky was lit up by red and purplish clouds. Used my Nikon Coolpix 4300 to snap this, and tweaked it slightly in Photoshop Elements 2 to bring out the pastel colours.
Taken on evening of 13th May 2008 using 8" f6 Dobsonian, 9mm Orthoscopic eyepiece and Nikon Coolpix 4300 digital camera (afocal projection).
ISO100, f2.8, exp time 1/13 sec. Image converted to grayscale and tweaked for contrast and brightness using Photoshop Elements 2.0
Taken on a very cold night while aiming for conjunction of Moon and Mars. ED100 apo refractor, 32mm Plossl, Nikon Coolpix 4300 digicam. Tweaked in Photoshop Elements 2.0
Moon and Mars 08/01/06
Taken using a Mikon Coolpix 4300 digicam, ED100 apo refractor and 32mm Plossl. Tweaked in Photoshop Elements 2.0
Noctilucent Clouds 26/06/09
Noctilucent Clouds snapped just after midnight from back garden in Cromarty. The view is looking almost directly north and the light in the foreground is from a streetlight.
Nikon Coolpix 4300 digital camera, f/2.8, 1/3 sec exposure at ISO-400.