There are few hundreds items in the Barnard catalog of dark nebulae. And significant amount of it is placed between Aquila (Eagle) head and Scutum (Shield) top corner 🙂 So around the triangle made of these two stars and M11 Wild Duck open cluster there is pretty lot of dark stuff, and Barnard 111 is among them.
I pointed my widefield setup to this direction while I was on my holidays in Anticiana, Toscana. Even single two minutes frame has shown nice dark patches when stretched. So I collected more frames for both luminance and color and after processing it looks like this:
Large version here https://astrojolo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/2017-08-14-B111.jpg
Quite a lot of things are floating there 🙂 Setup and exposure parameters are: Samyang 135/2 ED lens, QHY163M camera with LRGB Baader filters, iOptron Smart EQ Pro mount, exposure time LRGB 90:24:24:24 minutes, so 162 minutes in total.