My observatory being ready to use, although not quite finished yet, wintry weather has - of course - closed in. Before it did, I managed to spend 3 h in the small hours of Wednesday morning our time waiting for some calm weather to image Mars, but the seeing never got better than poor. Below are the images, centring on Herschel crater and the region where Curiosity landed in 2012. As usual for me the IR685 shows the most detail. The area to my eye resembles a fox doing the butterfly stroke in heavy seas - or am I hallucinating through lack of sleep?
I do hope for some of the good seeing that you northerners have been getting but perhaps the astronomy gods only ever bless one hemisphere at a time and you have had lean pickings in recent years!