I grabbed this scene along the west coast of Newfoundland, in Gross Morne National Park:
Amazing place — during the ice ages, this was nearly all under water. All, except for what are now mountains. Once the ice melted, the land “rebounded,” and what once were fjords became deep valleys (while the nearby seabed became a coastal plain that people live on and tourists drive on).
those last words made me smile.. but this sure is a nice view.. very nice capture.. 🙂