The sun and moon rise over Logan Pass, as three streams converge and fall. Glacier National Park, Montana.
Check my buddy David's first posted shot from this trip - and give him a follow, since there will be more to come!
Reuploaded with some more detail brought out in the mountains, as per Jordan Ek's suggestion. Good call, man!
Just so no one thinks I'm trying to be deceptive: the moon was taken from a separate 200mm exposure (taken right before the main one), and downsized to what it would have looked like at about 35-50mm. This makes its relative size in the frame equivalent to the size it was perceived at the scene, and makes it usable as a compositional element - rather than the tiny speck it shows up as on an ultra-wide exposure.