Visibility III / V
Certainly already a great comet further south, here mostly challenging, especially on a cloudy and windy night. The comet's head and even a small tail were visible with binoculars as the clouds appropriately receded during the darkest part of the night.
The second picture shows how low and light the comet is in the sky. It’s roughly in the middle of the picture, a little above, and trying to hide behind a thin cloud. Closer to the top right is the star Theta Aurigae, who helped with the positioning.
In the third picture, 14 samples were stacked and the tail was brought out a little better.