I'd borrowed a telescope from a nearby observatory and hauled it home. After installing it in my kitchen, I took a few shots of my new ring hovering in the foreground of the far left corner of our galaxy. Here is the result:
Fine. I admit it. It took me sixty-three shots to get that result. That is just a messy dinner plate with some greasy residue on the surface. For me, however, it looks like a spitting image of a tiny fracture of the Milky Way.