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This image is based on the Cosmic Horeshoe in the constellation Leo imaged by the Hubble deep field. It's a fun example of gravitational lensing letting us peer at a distant galaxy that we could not see in detail without this happy accident. I thought it was a nice visual analogy for google custom searches.
The foreground galaxy LRG 3 - 757 in the center is 5.2 billion light years away and a hundred times more massive than our galaxy. As a result it bends light and by gravitational lensing lets us peer at an extremely distant galaxy 10.3 billion light years away.