Saturn and some of its moons, photographed by Voyager 2, 1 September 1981.
After the Saturn flyby, Voyager 2’s scan platform got stuck, which meant that it couldn’t change where its camera was pointing. As a result, it just sat there taking photos of Saturn for a while, some of which are seen in the gif above. (Obviously the camera could move a little bit, as seen by the way the top of the picture moves.)
The story of Voyager 2’s Saturn flyby is told in this (half-hour) contemporary documentary, which shows some of the daily press conferences, including early speculation about the physical processes behind what they were seeing in the pictures being sent back, and a demonstration of the scan platform. It concludes by talking about the future for the Voyagers, saying that before its power runs out, Voyager 1 should reach the edge of the solar system.