I just got back from my provincial work trip this morning and was able to get a chance to finally image once again after more than 2 weeks of solar inactivity on my part. Sky is a bit clear but seeing is really bad which is very obvious because of the turbulence that can be seen on the solar limb! Nevertheless, I proceeded with scanning the Sun through the PST-Ha and was able to still see departing sunspot groups AR111147 and AR11149 in the NW limb.
But what caught me by surprise is the presence of a huge eruptive prominence in the NE limb! Also in the same vicinity is a nice dark filament crawling out of the NE limb as well.