Finally, a clear night and no trees obstructing the view! Comet C/2014 Q2 (Lovejoy) was out and easily spotted in binoculars. I did some 3 minute exposures and they showed it as a large bright coma and a very faint tail. The light and dark images above are a quick processing job on the sub-images I obtained. Below is a star streak version of the same data that shows the extent of the coma better.
Here is all 20 sub-images I managed to shoot in a quick additive stack. The tail is there but very faint. There was some smearing of the pseudo-nucleus with 3 minute exposures, but I needed to go that long to get a bit of that faint tail.