I have been chasing the comet for the past few days. The weather here in Southern Utah is so iffy - I would arrive at the locations with clear skies, but then a few hours later, it would be overcast. On Saturday, I finally managed to get a photo of the comet. After shooting the comet on Saturday, I wanted to take one more shot of the comet, but with perspective - the prior shot was in the same vertical plane. So despite being up all night, for the past 5 nights (three of which were ruined by clouds at night), with only 4 hours of sleep daily, I drove the 130 miles back to the hoodoos to try and find a composition that might work, giving me the perspective I desired. I finally found this shot, was super happy and waited for the comet to show up at night. The comet did show up, but so did the clouds - I was really worried about the clouds again covering up the comet and ruining my shot. But I think the cloud gods took pity on me and the clouds actually stood still until I finished taking my shots. I am finally happy with my NEOWISE composition as I really wanted to highlight Utah's beauty, with the comet in the background.