The sky this morning is hazy and partly cloudy. Seeing condition is poor as well. AR11455 Sunspot Group is now near the NW limb but is still producing some nice solar activity inside its core while the huge dark filament is still visible and haven't snap yet. The Huge SW hedgerow prominence is still huge despite some signs of starting to diminish a bit. A new AR11458 Sunspot Group is visible in the SE limb and looks like a large loose group.
Overall, a large number of large eruptive prominences and dark filaments are visible across and around the solar disk and limb respectively. Unfortunately, I will be leaving for out of town work for a week tonight so I will miss monitoring the Sun :(