The sky this morning is hazy with terrible seeing condition. With AR11117 Sunspot Group already exiting the NW limb, I turned my eye to new AR11120 Sunspot Group which is visible in the NE limb. This group is large but not still not that complex in its structure with numerous small pores and two small main component with minimal penumbral structure as well as some faculae around the group. More or less a Class B group in the Waldmeier Zurich Sunspot Classification. Several small eruptive prominences can also be seen around the limb but not that prominent.
I hope to get some better sky and seeing condition tomorrow for me to get a better image of the group in high resolution.