This is my observation of ISON at about 5:45 ET from the light-polluted city of Morgantown, WV. The conditions were a hazy pre-dawn (the sword in Orion's belt was difficult to see through binocs. ISON was not visible to the naked eye, but photographable. Attached is said photograph. ISON is circled in red. Kudos, as always, to Stellarium for helping me star-hop to find the comet.
Based on the surrounding stars in the photograph I estimate the brightness of ISON's head to be about 4.75 mag. Which is awesome for a comet that was about Mag 8 a week ago and Mag 5.5 a day ago. I was not able to observe any sort of tail.
Here's a link to the photo on flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hewhocaves/10868772403/
Camera: Canon T5i
Exposure time: 15 seconds