This picture shows the three galaxies of the triplet well -- The uppermost of the three is NGC 3628. The lower two are Messier objects, from left to right, M66 and M65. About a third of the way up the picture, near the right hand edge, is another small galaxy, NGC 3593.
This picture was captured by attaching the camera to the ST80 80mm f/5 refractor. The exposure was 20 minutes on Fuji provia 400F film.
This photo was scanned from the processed film to a jpg file, then processed using The Gimp to show the details. Background noise was reduced using the Selective Gaussian Blur tool in that software.