Water flowing down the rocks surrounded by greenery – a common sight in North Carolina
A bench to enjoy the view at Intra-coastal Waterway at Sunset Beach, North Carolina
A construction truck leaves a trail of golden dust as the day ends in India. The setting sun reflects off the water creating an illusion of clouds.
Although the levels in the river are low, these people are availing themselves to water by siphoning it.
Most rural villages are located near a water source, as is this small town in Gujarat, India
Living on a rural farm in India is rudimentary with basic makeshift shelter and often no water or sanitary facilities, yet the people are content.
A unique water fountain made of a clay pot shows the varied nature of handicrafts at Shilparamam, Hyderabad. Even the spill basin is decorated with an artful design.
The Chalice Well lies in a protected area of natural beauty, at the foot of a narrow valley running between the Tor and Chalice Hill and is an integral part of the sacred landscape in and around Glastonbury, England. For over two thousand years the Red Spring, or Blood Spring, has flowed ceaselessly and is a place where people have gathered to drink the waters and find solace, peace and inspiration.
This water feature for Sarah P. Duke Gardens in Durham, North Carolina is a naturalistic creek-style water feature consisting of a series of cascades/waterfalls and creek system.
The water lilies and reflections in a pond at Duke Gardens almost create a Monet-like image
In the summer, the fish pool at Duke Gardens is filled with hardy and tropical water lilies. One of the highlights is the Victoria water lily, with leaves up to 7 feet wide. In the pool, goldfish and koi are popular with visitors.
A tree barely survives falling into the water in Bass Lake
Lilies take up so much room on Bass Lake that these ducks have to squeeze in!
Water lilies break up the dark cloud reflections on Bass Lake
Water lilies cover portions of Bass Lake, near Blowing Rock, North Carolina
With many boats already in the water at the Intracoastal Waterway at Sunset Beach, North Carolina, this boat is still dry
A boat’s wake leaves designs in the Intracoastal Waterway in Sunset Beach, North Carolina
These homes on Sunset Beach, North Carolina are surrounded by water – Atlantic Ocean on the far side and the Intracoastal Waterway on the near side
The old pontoon swing bridge in Sunset Beach delayed travel by water. The newer bridge allows boats to freely pass underneath.
Although scenic, golfers dread over the water shots to the green at Mount Mitchell Golf Course, North Carolina