A mosaic of two images of Saturn's moon Phoebe taken shortly after Cassini's fly-by on 11 June 2004, gives a close-up view of a region near its South Pole. The view, taken about 13 000 kilometres from Phoebe, is about 120 kilometres across and shows a region battered by crater impacts. Brighter material, likely to be ice, is exposed by small craters and streams down the slopes of large craters. The skyline is a combination of Phoebe's roundish shape and the formation of impact craters. Walls of some of the larger craters are more than four kilometres high. The image scale is 80 metres per pixel.