Here is Jupiter from his morning.
I had intended to get a good look at the Little Red Spot in conjunction with the Great Red Spot, however by the time I got set up it was already 4 O'clock (bst) and the pair were close to rotating into the dark murky limb of Jupiter.
As soon as I started to observe, the seeing became really quite bad due to a thin later of cloud materialising from nowhere and it was all I could do to see the GRS, never mind its smaller counterpart. The seeing did eventually stabilise but Jupiter's rotation has carried my intended targets out of view by then.
Still I am pleased with the result and I think my colour accuracy is getting better now too (the first couple of drawings this year have been a bit orange).