NASA has just published some images taken from the Bradbury Landing site inside the Gale Crater. The images were taken the rovers navigation cameras as they point to Mt. Sharp in the distance.
To view the image you will need your trusty red/blue glasses, with the red lens going over your left eye. Nasa has provided a download page so you can get the images in various sizes.
The images were taken on August 8 and August 18. The NASA Mars mission has been a pretty smooth success since the complex touchdown and deployment of the Curiosity rover. The rover is equipped with multiple camera capable of providing 3D images. Expect a lot more as the mission unfolds and the curiosity starts its trek toward the crater walls and the mountains.
NASA chose this site for the variety of geology there, as previous Mars missions landed on generally flat plains.
The Bradbury landing site was named after the late author Ray Bradbury, who wrote The Martian Chronicles and several other science fiction books that dealt with the colonization of Mars.