Having not imaged any galaxies for a long time, here are a whole lot of them, around M 84 and M 86 in the Virgo Cluster, taken 2013 February 17. I have labelled the 25 brightest ones, down to around mag. 16, but one could go on and on with this exercise, the more you look, particularly at full scale, the more you see. And this is with only 1 hour exposure in the light-polluted skies of Outer London. Here are labelled and unlabelled versions of the image. There is considerable detail visible in some of the galaxies when the image is viewed full-size (click on it twice).