Here's a picture of my brain from the side. (I was lying down.) It's a bit hard to see resolution of the corpus callosum, but if you know where to look, there it is. You can also see my cerebellum at the back bottom of my brain, and my spinal cord, and my sinuses. I never really realized that the top of my skull is really flat. Isn't that weird?
Here is a view of my brain looking down from the top. There are a lot of slices going down from the top of my head all the way down to my spinal cord, but I tried to pick out just the most interesting ones here. It's cool to virtually travel through your own brain.
Here's another picture of my brain, a bit further down than the above shot. You can see that one of my ventricles is bigger than the other, but this is normal. (Apparently.)
I like this picture because it makes me look like I have googly-eyes. You can see my ears, too.
As a side-note, looking at pictures of brains is way more fun when it's your own brain.