After what seems like weeks and weeks of not being able to get any sun, this sunday morning dawned with frosty clear blue skies. I knew that with the low sun hopping in and out of the trees and rooftops that the seeing wasn't going to be great so I decided to not be too ambitious with the aperture and stuck to the DS40 at 560mm focal length with the DMK31. I just caught the start of the big prominence that was starting to lift off, and at the time and at this point was just detached. I really liked the raw data that I had got, and so decided to process the image 'naked' - all that was done was some sharp sharpen; no levels or contrast etc, and this in my eyes gives a very natural view of our star like you would get at the eyepiece of the scope, I really like how natural and wispy the prominences look. Included below is the black and white version just in case you prefer monochrome over colour.