From My Nature's Bounteous Beauty Board - The Cameron Falls located inside the Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada, turn red when heavy rains occur. Argolite, the red-colored sediment, causes the water to turn red.
Hole in the Wall - Port Alberni, British Columbia; Remnants of an old pipeline that once fed Port Alberni with water. The hole is where the pipeline was punched through the rock formation and joined up to the reservoir behind; photo via karen
athabasca falls, jasper, alberta, canada - IT'S SOOO MUCH MORE BEAUTIFUL IN PERSON. - The Athabasca Falls at Dusk in Canada are one of the most beautiful falls in the Rocky Mountains. These are 30 km towards the south of town site of Jasper.
This is College de Valleyfield in Quebec, Canada but it doesn’t look like the picture you see above. The image was modified by Frederic St-Arnaud, combining two pictures: one with the college, and another one with a waterfall crossed by a bridge.