We had our first full day of sunshine after many weeks of rain to take a lovely picture of the Sun with my Lunt solar telescope.
There were some lovely prominences firing away on the western limb with one of them arcing out into space and curving back toward the limb. You can see the sunspots AR3023, 3024, 3026 & 3027 all nearing the western of the solar surface.
The images were taken with a Lunt 60mm PT solar telescope and a Canon 700D camera with a 2x Barlow lens attached.
(Two sets of 20 images were taken with two different exposures to capture the solar disc and the faint prominences and then those two images were combined in PS)