Here are some images of Uranus taken under very good seeing last November (many good nights back then, not one since!).
The bright North polar region is progressively occupying a higer part of the disk as the pole is slowly tilting towards us, and is now within reach of the resolution of small telescopes (I saw one taken with a 8" recently). I wonder how it will change the color of the planet, because it is definitely less green than the rest of the globe...
It is easy to see in RGB, much more with Baader RG610, but barely detectable with a Johson V filter.
I present as well a partial photometric work performed on Nov. 17th. That night, I made a complete photometric observation for Mars (I did not post that here), with reference stars taken and the use of Johson UBVRI filters. The stars did not worked well to make the photometry of Uranus since it is found higher in the sky, so I used more precise data obtained last year by spectroscopy. The result is a four point double spectrum that draws the albedo difference between the two regions of the planet, the bright nothern pole, and the darker greenish rest of the globe.
The series from the 17th also shows that the polar region is now detectable in green light.
With best wishes to you all for 2021!