I have tried to observe Comet Panstarrs every evening since the 10th, but have only succeeded once due to cloud.
Here is a sketch and a couple of photos from Wednesday evening.
The comet was easy to find in my 70mm binoculars but impossible with the naked eye - my skies are never all that transparent, I think due to only being 8mtrs above sea level in an area which should be marshy if it weren't for the activities of farmers draining it.
Anyway, the 'nucleus' was bright and compact with a fuzzy coma three times its diameter, and a fairly long and fat, but faint, tail with a slightly brighter central stripe.
The photos were taken with my lumix DMC FZ150, 5 secs, f/5.6, iso 100. The full zoom one has been enhanced in GIMP.
Cloudy again tonight!