We might have lost ISON visually, but it will remain in discussion for long because of its unique and dynamic presence in our sky. But to compensate the sharp pain of losing ISON, we have Comet LOVEJOY (C/2013R1) now - visible with its glory. Even a small Binocs can get it to us. The comet is losing its apparent separation from sun fast. means its position in sky is getting closer and closer to sun every day. So, sooner the better. Try it out. We took this LOVEY picture on 1st Dec early Morning.