Yes it's interesting (nice shot by the way Scott!). Hard to imagine how something so photographically faint could be seen naked-eye, but I'm one of the observers that saw it (averted vision) and I was very, very surprised. So far I've seen reports of five people who tried to observe it. From Victoria, myself, Adam Marsh and a chap from Cheltenham were able to make it out in averted vision as far as the outskirts of the LMC. Jim Gifford in WA was unable to see it. Ian Cooper from NZ saw it in averted vision and was just able to hold the brighter part in direct vision. Four out of five so far, go figure!
Last night the sky was briefly quite dark but still not completely free from the twilight/moonlight combination. Will be interesting to see what happens tonight onwards in dark skies.