The colors came out stronger than what I was actually observing (?), something Norme also experienced in one of his previous sketches. The NPC was pretty bland but showed a slight hint of blue. The NEB, NTZ and NTB displayed interesting colors. The NTB was a dark brownish color and was well defined. The NTZ was a yellowish tan color which blended into the NEB as orange, progressing into a dark maroon brown color. The SEB was equally interesting in that the color in front of the GRS was very dark brown, with lighter color toward the limb and light oval areas. The wake trailing the GRS was not as big as I have previously observed it, but the turbulence was definitely a blue color with light spots everywhere within. The SEB trailing the GRS was a light bluish grey color, starkly contrasting the colors of the leading part of the belt.
What a surprise the GRS was, displaying a pink hue that darkened toward the center. I haven't seen such color this apparition. I guess it's the STB that I was observing being pulled into the GRS. It was very prominent trailing the GRS, but almost imperceptible leading it. The color was a darkish grey. At the South end the cap was a light grey with hints of blue, and included very faint lighter streaks. There was a dark streak prominent that I believe is probably the South Temperate Temperate Belt (?) - I'm a lot newer at this than most of you, so I'm not sure about this one. Finally, I'm starting to see more pronounced shading in the limb (left side of sketch) now that Jupiter is past opposition. I noticed the same thing last year when observing Mars.
The hour or so that I was outside turned out pretty well and I was thrilled that I was able to see so much color in Jupiter last night.
Thanks for reading the post and looking at my sketch.
Happy new year to all,