In the lower left of this image taken by the Hazard-Avoidance camera, the left-rear tire of the rover can be seen. In the upper-left is the fin on the power supply.
Engineers expect high resolution full color images later when the other cameras on the rover’s mast are deployed later in the week.
Below, is a new image from the front Hazard-Avoidance camera, showing Mount Sharp in the background. The fish-bowl effect has been removed. Mount Sharp is one of the destinations for Curiosity’s explorations, but the summit (5.5 kilometers high) is beyond reach.
Below, the Green Diamond marks the best estimate as to where the Mars Science Laboratory landed. Not quite dead center in the landing oval, but pretty good accuracy.