frontier: The Moon, photographed by Lunar Orbiter IV, May 1967.
At centre, three overlapping craters: Anaxagoras, Goldschmidt, and Barrow at 73°N 3°W. Directly above them, on the edge of darkness, the north pole. Below them, Plato Crater (dark and circular) on the edge of the Mare Imbrium.
Image credit: NASA/LaRC, c/o LPI.