I'm a little uncomfortable with the "Citing what one sees" principle since I've just started to work with the 1841 English Census and it is a bit "unusual." There isn't a great amount of information present in the image itself and I am a bit concerned that it's enough for an adequate citation.
I have an image of a page from the 1841 census, as found on FindMyPast (not sure if posting the image is permitted). The image was labelled during filming as "Public Record Office", "HO 107/1075/11." The imaged page, itself, shows "Enumeration Schedule," folio 32, pages 13 and 14, "City of Borough of" [stricken out], "Parish or Township of" ["or Township of" stricken out] Richmond. Within the entry portion of the record, it identifies the place as "Grove Cottage", "Kewfoot Road," and the persons as Arthur Colborn (25) and Frances Colborn (20).
I know from "poking around" that the registration district is "Richmond upon Thames", but that's not in the image and I didn't find much more. So, do I include it in the citation or not?