First clear day this week, so I drove part-way up Flagstaff Mountain to see if the comet was visible. That close to Boulder the sky is still not all that dark, but a quick frame at 70mm in the general direction of Orion and the Pleiades quickly located it. I could just about see it with the naked eye once I knew where to look. This is a slight crop from the best frame, shot at 200mm (f/4, 60s, ISO 1600) using the iOptron Skytracker. Going any deeper led to diminishing returns. There’s not much by way of a tail to see, but the bright green color is pretty cool!