Water always adds to landscapes but does pose challenges for golfers. Here is a golf green at Mount Mitchell Golf Course right beside the river.
An often unheralded aspect of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is the spectacular bridges that cross the Susquehanna River. All of these bridges were major engineering feats when they were built and are very long.
A bench view of the bridges over the Susquehanna River
A bench view of the sunset at Pamplico River, Washington, North Carolina
Winding its way from the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina to central South Carolina, the Catawba-Wateree River Basin contains eleven reservoirs, fourteen dams, and supplies roughly two million people with drinking water.
Here is a bench view from the Catawba river as it flows downward from Lake Hickory Dam in Hickory, North Carolina
Harrisburg, the state capital of Pennsylvania has over a dozen large bridges, many up to a mile long, that cross the Susquehanna River.
A bird in search for food is unfazed by the rapid current of the river
Ducks milling around in search for food at a mini-island in the river