Kaua'i had voggy days recently but finally I was able to capture the Comet ISON and uploaded this picture to EarthSky this morning.
Wow, I've never had so many "いいね！" before. I'm very glad messages keep coming.
I am hoping the following picture, too, could be useful for those who are interested in watching the ISON tomorrow and more.
This photo was taken at Makahuena around 5:46 a.m. today.
It was 5:25 a.m. when mercury looked rising at South-East.
According to the EarthSky, it's getting difficult because the comet is so near the sunrise. In addition, I had an impression Ison was not so bright yet....So you will need a binoculars or camera with telephoto lens to see the comet. Here is a chart for tomorrow morning from EarthSky .