NavCam images of comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko from Rosetta's first orbit
A collection of images released by ESA to show Rosetta's view on the comet during its first orbit at an average distance of 100 kilometers. They have been reoriented to align similar features. The top row of images looks down on the comet from the north. The images were taken on August 11, 10, 9, 8, and 12. The bottom row has more oblique views, taken on August 14, 7, 13, and 6.
Here are the individual images, cropped and reoriented so that sunlight comes from the top of the screen. This generally (although not always) orients north roughly up.