Active Region (AR) 11067 in the northwest is bright and contains a long, gently curving filament. AR 11068 in the southern hemisphere is triangular in shape and also contains a small filament. 11071 has no features of note, but is also bright enough to be readily apparent. There is a very bright prominence in the northwest that is spewing out of AR 11069 which has just rotated out of view behind the solar limb. In fact, this AR was producing a B class solar flare during my sketch. A movie of this flare as recorded by SOHO can be seen here. Visually, the prominence in the northeast (upper right in my sketch) is quite striking with an extensive and very fine linear structure to it.
Paul Robertson who is a solar observer in Staffordshire, UK captured some very striking images of this prominence several hours prior to my observation. These are his photos of the prominence: