The images are only very short exposures, but they do show where the comet was in the sky on the 26th March, and you can still make out the lovely bright green colour of its gases. The green colour is due to the vaporizing gas, diatomic carbon (C2) that is being emitted by the comets nucleus caused by the heat from the Sun.
The marked image is of the full constellation of Scorpius with the planets Mars and Saturn making a nice triangular pattern with Antares. Comet 252P/Linear is also faintly on show in the tail…you can just make out the green colour (If you look very closely)
The first image was taken with a Canon 70D camera and a Canon 70-200mm F2.8 lens that was set at 100mm, exposures were 2 seconds. There were 8 images stacked in DSS and processed in PS. The wide field image is with the same camera and a Tokina 11-16mm lens set at 13mm with a 10 second exposure and ISO500, it’s just a single image.