I had hoped to spend time this past weekend photographing this interstellar visitor some more but Mother Nature had other plans.
Clouds each night were likely to block the view so I didn’t bother to try. Last night, conditions improved but due to my having to get up early for work, I didn’t want to go far. That meant shooting from the light-polluted suburbs of Denver limiting compositions and quality but I had no choice.
I headed out and managed some shots of the #comet in between the clouds. In this frame, a satellite decided to make an appearance as well. It was interesting how much dimmer it was this week versus last.
Last week I could pick it out with the naked eye pretty quick. Last night I had to take long exposures with my camera to spot it. Sadly this was likely the last time I get to photograph it, particularly since it won’t be back for 6,800 years or so. 😉