Last night was clear for me so I set up my 15 x 70mm binoculars on a tripod and armed myself with a laptop running Stellarium, and digital angle finder, and set about locating the comet in the bright blue sky just after sunset.
I found it in about twenty minutes and my first impression was that it has faded significantly since I last observed it on the 13th. I quickly set up my 300mm dobsonian and centred the comet in a 30mm 2" eyepiece, the view was larger but the bright sky still washed out much of the tail.
I was able to follow the comet in telescope and binoculars for over an hour and a half, also trying but failing to take some decent photos at the same time. As the comet tracked towards the north west horizon the sky became darker and darker until I was eventually observing against a perfectly black background. I could easily see an asymmetric fan-shaped dust tail, longer on one side than the other, stretching about 0.75° from the bright yellow head. Also just visible was a second tail, equally broad but much shorter pointing straight down in my drawing, I take this to be the gas tail?
It was a thrilling a beautiful sight to see this comet through the eyepiece, looking every bit a splendid as the best photos on the web. Not usually the case with visual astronomy!