Choris Peninsula, Kotzebue Sound "Crab Claw"
66 16.020 N, 161 54.520 W
It's from the Alaska ShoreZone Coastal Mapping and Imagery program, which has tasked itself with documenting geographic and biological resources along the 6,640 miles of Alaskan coastline! (That's more miles than the rest of the coastal states combined!) From the ShoreZone description of this shot: "One of the few rock outcrops in Kotzebue Sound, near the south end of the Choris Peninsula. The bedrock is resistant to erosion and stands as near vertical rock cliffs." Now that's a large claw if ever I saw one!
(If you watch this video, you can see the helicopter footage of the Crab Claw at 42:40!)