Ok. With my disappointing experience to see this comet every night from western ocean level of California, I was almost considering to call it hocks! (My paranoid personality side kicking high).
I tried every night from March 8 on wards and absolutely no luck.
Wasn't alone in Playa Del Ray of Los Angeles. Other guys including a pal with 8 inch telescope, all were disappointed.
So headed to high lands this Saturday. San Bernardino mountains in North East of LA is a good place in about one to two hour driving distance, on the way to Big Bear Lake. After spending the gorgeous sunset at a location about 5 to 6 thousand feet high, near Running Spring, and waiting there up to 1 hours after sunset, I finally concluded that this is a hocks! Nada, Nothing, me in Tanzanian devil mood, heading home. Only being there with two cameras, a wide and a tele on tripod heading west, then telescope in car (In case), I didn't miss the opportunity of taking many images of horizon, many from where I was hoping to see that beautiful Pan-starr lady.
Surprise comes when checking my images and YES she is right there where she should be. How didn't I see that?
Take home lesson; Use a medium wide lens with large F, and take picture of horizon West wards. You actually may see comet on the images...
Result is below:
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