On Sunday, I observed in white light the Sun between 10h30m and 10h50m UT. I could check its low activity to be at a solar maximum. I watched one sunspot that was made up of 2 umbrae, inside the same penumbra.Maybe,Its size was similar to Earth's. In addition, this sunspot was very close to solar equator. According to NOAA, its latitude was of 6º S
I took a look around the solar disk trying to find more spot (or,at least, a pore). Only I found one facula, appearing on the southeastern limb. The rest of the solar disk was clear. Someone had decided to use bleach or similar.
I hope some big spot appears on the Sun on September 29, because that day I have a public solar observing session, else we'll have to give people carrot juice to distinguish spots.