I'm doing it inside my home!
The sky clears with the cool front, but it's no good by any standard. Light pollution was crazy and by following star charts, I failed to locate it with my Canon 10x30 IS.
I tried to shoot some close by fields with my 50mm lens and 200mm lens on my Mark-X, none of the frame shows any promising result.
And then I asked myself, why not pull out my Nexstar SE mount? Alt-az tracking was not too bad for short exposures. I couldn't do long exposure from a light polluted sky anyway! With the GOTO, at least I know that I can pointing at the right place.
I choose one star alignment with Sirius, and then I GOTO C/2014 Q2 by manually entering RA/DEC.
I did take an exposure of 10s at f2.8 with my 200mm lens, a green fuzzy patch of light was shown! Feeling encouraged, I took a few shots successively.
Around 2 minutes of exposure accumulated... not enough signal obviously! It's ugly but it's mine, and I had fun!!