Last night during my observing session I noticed that there were bright spotlights coming from Dumaguete and Valencia. I wondered 'WTF?" since there is a quarantine/lock-down/curfew in effect to keep us safe. After a little internet research I found that these lights were to honor the Front-liners in the futile war against that nasty virus. Being the opportunist that I am, I decided to put my fish-eye lens to good use after I wiped it down with a 70% alcohol solution and said a prayer. Here you see the lights from Dumaguete in the East and Valencia in the West merging at my meridian (the imaginary line that runs north-south in the sky): I also happened to catch the International Space Station traversing the sky: (facing SW) Finally, a shot of the lights from Valencia illuminating the night sky between the Big Dog (Canis Major) and the Hunter (Orion): This was very nice to watch from my vantage point! I even put the telescopes away!