I have gray scaled it. For some odd reason, there are circles here that do not appear on my local version--some weird compression artifact of Blogger's upload? (On some computers, but not on others.) Yes, it seems. I ftped the picture, and it looks much better after you click on the picture to maximize size.
To get a sense of scale: the Sun's disk is 865,000 miles across. The big sunspot in the lower right is about eight times the diameter of Earth.
Here's some more detail on the largest sunspot group. And yes, this is not far from what it looked like through the eyepiece at 91x, with the darker umbral zone and the lighter penumbra:
IN case you wonder what a refractor this size looks like:
This is what most people think of when they think "telescope."