Tonight, after a long day at work, I climbed onto our roof to try and get one last look at the comet. It is quickly descending into the twilight and it is likely that tomorrow night the comet will be very close to the horizon by the time it would be dark enough to be visible in binoculars. I found the comet when it was about 10 - 12 degrees above the horizon and again captured a few images. The picture below was taken with the same camera, but this time with a lens at 200mm at F4. It is a 2 second exposure at ISO 1600.