Dead Horse Point on a particulaly nice day for lighting conditions, but I did wish for less haze. After punching up the contrast to very high levels, I was nevertheless able to render a decent HDR.
For scale, keep in mind that the Colorado River is 2,000 feet below the rim at this point. A truly amazing place and well worth a trip to see in person.
Pentax K20D variable exposures (1/50, 1/60, 1/80) at ISO 200, a handheld 3-shot HDR performed in Photomatix, with a crop and mild color adjustment performed in Paint Shop Pro X2.