photo courtesy of Ray Swagerty.
Twilight, haze and ground lights have obscured PANSTARRS for a lot of us, but the comet really is up there. It just might take a dark spot or binoculars to see. This was shot Thursday evening in West Ashley. Here’s the specs, in case you’re interested: 8:22PM. Nikon D7000, 400mm, f8, ISO1000, for 4 seconds, tripod mounted, infrared remote release, mirror lock-up.