What are these landforms and where? Which river is “involved” in both? You can respond via Comments below. In a few days I’ll post answers in a Comment and tweet.
I think (and hope!) this geo-challenge will be easier than the last one, which featured the escarpment side of Comb Ridge. The dip-slope side, with outcrops of Navajo sandstone, is the more familiar view. More explanation here.
Readers got it: 1) west flank of Raplee Ridge, a small anticline – crossed by the San Juan River; and 2) incised meander at Goosenecks State Park – cut by the San Juan River. Both are in southeast Utah.