Still looking for that comet?
Comet PanSTARRS (C/2011 L4) naked-eye appearance in the northern hemisphere
is described by
as a dim star with faint a tail.
If you want to catch it the next few days could be your best bet.
looking low and almost due west about 45 minutes after sunset.
Of course, clear skies and a pair of binoculars should help a lot.
Sky photographer Jean-Luc Dauvergne found suitable weather and
western horizon for this comet and crescent Moon portrait
after a road trip on March 13.
Seeing PanSTARRS for the first time, he recorded
the beautiful twilight scene with a telephoto lens
Alesia in France.