I acquired the unbinned luminance data for this image of the great double-barred spiral galaxy NGC 1365 last August when the iDK-20 was still housed in the Hakos Farm rolloff-roof building, and the stellar images in that set were noticeably elongated by wind-enhanced drive errors. By the time I took the 2x2 binned broadband color data in November, the telescope had been moved into the dome and the profiles were much better. However, since the RGB image was used to color the mean luminance frame, the elongated stellar profiles persisted. Fortunately, most of those artifacts were able to be removed in processing, and all-in-al, I'm pleased with the result. This cropped final spans a square region of the sky in Fornax that is 18.96 arcmins on a side. North is up and east is to the left.