Well, today I spotted a break in the clouds and made good use of the brief appearance of the sun. The first picture shows about a quarter of the solar disk. In the center of the picture is active region 1504 which contains about half a dozen sun spots. Below and to the left there are a few more faint sunspots. Presumably each of these sunspots have some sort of active prominences or flares but we can't see them in white light.
This is a close up of active region 1504 taken through my 11" SCT with a canon T3i using a 2x Barlow. I would have liked to do a few more high resolution shots but tracking, wind and eventually clouds made than impractical. Fortunately the sun isn't going anywhere!