On the 10th October 2015
There was just one little sunspot on the Suns surface today (AR2430) but when viewed through the Ha solar telescope there was a lovely active prominence on the eastern limb (top left on image below)
White light image taken with a Meade 80mm refractor with a glass solar filter attached and a Canon 700D camera, 20 images stacked in RegiStax6 with settings @1/500th second exposure and ISO200.
The view through the Lunt Solar Telescope
H-Alpha images taken with a Lunt 80mm solar telescope and the same camera, the image is a composite, one image for the solar disc and one image for the faint prominence, which were combined in Photoshop.