Now for some suggestions for May with a couple of objects that do not seem to be imaged all that often but should be quite suited for a bit of wide angle work. Remember, no matter how 'bad' you might think they are, keep them for our image analyses and comparison sessions a bit later in the year.
IC 2602, Southern Pleiades, a sparkling Open Cluster at 1.9 magnitude and standing in the back yard look along an azimuth of 192deg. and an altitude of 59deg. should get you in the ball-park but to get right onto it, as always, use RA and Dec.
NGC 3532,is another Open Cluster right above IC 2602 at 65deg. altitude.
M5, a large Globular Cluster, is believed to be 13 billion years old so it's almost back at the time of that almighty bang. Sight it along 50deg. azimuth at an altitude of 40deg.
NGC 4945, is a 8.6 magnitude, edge-on, barred spiral galaxy in Centaurus. Its dark dust lanes should show well and you can find it sitting on the Meridian at 65deg. altitude.