On the 25th February a magnetic filament connected to sunspot AR3229 near the northern limb of the sun erupted producing a reaction of events that could lead to a geomagnetic storm on Earth in the next couple of days. (Information from Spaceweather.com)
This is image of the Sun in (Ha) on the 26th February with some of that activity still present on the surface with prominences around the solar limb and some dark filaments on the surface.
There was also activity around AR 3234 to the north in the middle of the Sun and another area in the south AR 3236.
This image was taken with my Lunt 60mm solar telescope with a Canon 700D camera. The colour image is a composite with two sets of exposures to capture the disc and the faint prominences that were combined in PS; the exposures were 1/320th and ISO 100.
The monochrome image was taken with an exposure of 1/200th and ISO800.