An old abandoned house in a rural field in Saskatchewan, Canada. You can really get a sense of the "big skies" that can be seen in the Canadian prairies.
Sunset at the town of Corniglia (pronounced "cor-nee-lee-ah") in the beautiful region of Cinque Terre, Italy. It's hard to get to the town (it's the only one of the five that requires a long climb, don't miss the bus that goes up!) and this viewpoint was a bit of a hike and hard to find, but it has a nice authentic feel as opposed to the other four towns of the Cinque Terre.
The blast tunnel you have to walk through when entering the Diefenbunker, a great tourist site in Carp, Ontario, just west of Ottawa. It was the safe place that the government would be moved to in case of a nuclear war, named after the prime minister who had it built. Amazing place, especially the safe on the bottom floor that was meant to house the country's gold reserves. I didn't know that if gold gets hit by nuclear radiation it become worthless; so the economy would crash if the gold backing up the currency was destroyed. I'm surprised it's not a more well known tourist site. I'm also surprised that the curving lines all lined up when stitching the panorama together!