Ogive Glacier, Northwestern Fjord, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska.
The layers of silt mixed into the ice is unusual. I’m bad at estimating sizes, but I would guess that the icewall above is about 150-200 feet high. Some context:
Here’s an even wider shot, with Anchor Glacier on the left and Ogive Glacier on the right:
At their tops, both of these connect to the Harding Icefield, which is enormous (about the same area as Rhode Island if you include the 40 or so glaciers that descend from it).