Sol 4782, July 7, 2017. As the time for the solar-conjunction stand down approaches, Opportunity rolled a little deeper into Perseverance Valley, and its Navcam shot a three-frame pan looking southeast (above).
Note the shallow intersecting channels visible at left beyond the small circular feature, which is possibly a little impact crater. The channels led scientists to think that the valley was carved by flowing water. Below is another Navcam composite showing a mostly buried outcrop of rock close to the rover. (Click either image to enlarge it.)