Comet C/2012 S1 (ISON)
The comet did not survive perihelion at the end of November.
This comet is predicted to be really very bright later this year (November) but at its current distance it is rather insignificant. It is on the border between Gemini and Auriga, 4.2au from us and the same distance from the Sun (ie, nearly out at Jupiter's orbit). During the exposure of this photo it did not move against the stars, as far as I could detect.
Canon EOS 5D MkII, ISO 6400, 87 x 32s = 46 minutes total exposure
254mm aperture Newtonian f/4.8 (f = 1200mm) HEQ5 mount, driven but not guided
2013 April 3 20:40:26-21:33:34 UT
From Rookhope 54.8
This image covers a region approximately 13.85 x 9.36 arc minutes
North to the left, preceding up.
All of the stars are fainter than mV 11.