Comet C/2014 Q1 (Panstarrs) was just a little higher in the sky tonight but it was still lower and dimmer than Venus and Jupiter – and also still lurking in the difficult Western twilight sky. A crescent Moon was also in proximity.
All images were taken using my 60D DSLR on a fixed tripod with no tracking.
EDIT: I tried to image the comet again two days later. It had risen into a slightly darker background sky and I used a light pollution filter on my camera this time, to reduce the stray light over the City of Campbelltown. Despite this, the image was lower quality, possibly influenced by the waxing Moon.
I estimate the visible gas tail to be less than half a degree now and the magnitude perhaps around +5. For the record:
All images © R.Powell