After a day of storm Doris battering the country, it cleared to a reasonable evening.
I got out ready for Comet 5P Encke, but by the time the clouds cleared, it was far too low in the western sky.
Once properly clear, I slewed the scope over to capture P45 Honda-Mrkos-Pajduáková.
It was in the constellation of Coma Berenices and heading towards Leo.
It is huge! I had to use my 80mm refractor to get most of it in.
I then went across to Comet C/2015 V2 Johnson.
This is a much smaller compact comet, with a slightly curved tail. This cropped image was taken using the 190 Mak-Newt.