Francois is correct: it's Goosenecks State Park, in southern Utah, about an hour's drive north of Monument Valley. I've been there a couple of times and find it a rather lovely place, very quiet, with far fewer people than Horseshoe Bend, which I also visited. I recall the first time I went, about 15 years ago, marvelling at a chap spending what seemed like hours setting up a view camera, bellows, cloth cape and all (I was even more ignorant about photography then than I am now and I'd never before seen one actually being used).
Here's a colour version of the same shot. All I've done is reverse the b&w conversion in LR, so I wouldn't be at all surprised if it could be considerably improved.
Slobodan, I take your point. If you travel with only a day or two in each place, you have to make do with what you can find and sadly the weather was bad when I was there (I took the shot of Monument Valley I posted recently the same evening). I just enjoy trying to produce something interesting.
I do like the Eastway photo. Nobody could confuse it with reality! Sadly, I'd left the furnace I usually use for melting gold back at the hotel.
[Edit: I've added another, wider shot of the scene. I've done nothing to this except default raw processing in LR and stitch in APP]