The MESSENGER team posts one captioned image per week from their previous encounters. These have mostly been of Mercury but once in a while they toss in an image from one of their two Venus encounters, which happened on October 24, 2006 and June 5, 2007. Today's was this view revealing Venusian cloud features. It's a bit unusual in that genre, because most of the time when you see a picture of Venus with cloud features, it was taken through an ultraviolet filter; the clouds are streaked with some as-yet-unknown "UV absorber" that really makes their shapes pop. This image, by contrast, was taken through a red filter; it's a testament to the fine quality of MESSENGER's camera that so much detail is visible at this wavelength.
So if you're going to make your own planet montage, avoid the Magellan images, and avoid the equally garish Pioneer and Galileo ultraviolet-filter views like this one.