I hope anywhere on Jupiter at all there's really this much detail in the clouds. The older I get the more I wonder if it's just a featureless haze at this level. Some of the JUNO pictures reveal tiny white "rough spots" sticking out of the atmosphere that somewhat resemble the tops of cumulonimbus clouds on earth, even casting shadows on the lower flatter cloud layers around them. But even then on this scale they could still be quite fuzzy on closer look.
The "golden" clouds down in front really add a lot of depth to this. Feels like they'd be scrolling by in seconds while the ones in the back would appear to not move at all.