It was very hard to capture and process the faint detail of the prominence on the western limb so I’ve coloured the outer edge to show the very faint wispy detail. (Click on image to enlarge for more detail)
Spaceweather.com website had an image of the event taken with NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory on its front page on its site on the 23rdJanuary 2017.
The H-alpha images were taken with my Lunt 60mm solar telescope and a Canon 700D camera with a 2x Barlow lens, exposures for solar disc were 1/200th second and ISO200. The settings for the prominences were exposures 1/15th second and ISO400, the images were combined and processed in PS CS4.