The Sun this morning was pretty much the same as it was yesterday, but at 8AM, the sky was nice and clear, the atmosphere steady, and the Sun well-placed with respect to the window-sill. Spot 2651 had plenty of nice detail and it seemed like a good opportunity to see just what detail we could wring out from the window-sill. So, I employed a X3 barlow, which from previous experience gives about the maximum magnification I can cope with using the normal set-up. The first image is a screenshot from GONG at 8 AM-ish from El Teide. The second one is my detail image of 2651, but this time without the colourisation that I usually use so we can compare to GONG. The third one is roughly the same area extracted from the GONG image with its contrast stretched a bit to be similar to the window-sill image.
Quite pleased with the result