If you read the stats, Neptune was 241.3 light minutes away at the time of this photograph. That's just over 4 light hours away. For fun here's a size comparison via the wikipedia page.
At that distance Neptune is only 2.4 arc minutes in size and the top image that I took is fairly close to what you might see in a moderate telescope at medium magnification.
After some wide-field CCD shots, I put in my high-res planetary camera and took some LRGB as well as Infra-Red (742nm) shots. Here's the aesthetically pleasing composite consisting of all 5 filters that also includes a Triton.
Finally for the detail oriented here's the full layout, including the sub channels used in derotation.
Also here's the alignment reference from the Neptune Ephemeris Generator (http://new-pds-rings-2.seti.org/tools/ephem2_nep.html)
Thanks for reading and please do some well wishes for more clear skies for me, they've been far and few between.
If anyone is interested all source tiffs, sharpened files and WinJupos measurements are on my public Google Drive share located here and contained in a 30+MB .zip file - > https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9dWDZG-h1gvZ2tGdUNKTWQ1eE0/view?usp=sharing