Here is a series of pictures of the sun shot on three consecutive days from July 6, through July 8, 2012. The big sunspot 1515 is moving towards the limb but instead, 1520 is now marching across the face of the Sun. 1515 has been the origin of a series of M-class flares and one X-class flare in the past days.
I had to be real quick to catch the Sun through holes in the clouds on all three days.
Telescope: ED apochromatric refractor, focal length 420 mm, aperture 70 mm
Filter: D5 sun observation foil by Baader Planetarium (D5 means that it reduces the intensity of the sunlight by five orders of magnitude, i.e, 99.999%)
Camera: Canon EOS 1000D, unmodified
Greetings from Germany and CS