Some creatures left trails all over this Neuse River bank.
The sun rises on a plane and the pedestrian bridge over the Neuse River at Hwy 401. Near Raleigh.
Look close and you never know what you’ll find. This tiny village of mushrooms live under a log along the Neuse River.
A beaver left some tracks on this sandbar along the Neuse River, near Raleigh.
Red berries line the Neuse River Greenway Trail on Christmas Day.
After the water level drops, these plants, who make their home in the middle of the Neuse River on a sandbar, still lean downstream.
Maybe confused by the unusually warm weather, there are lots of new green shoots along the edge of the Neuse River. Some dashes of green among a whole lot of brown.
A steamy sunrise over the Neuse River. Taken from the top of the Falls Dam in Raleigh. A walk or run along the Neuse River Greenway Trail will give you a great view of the river, and on cold mornings, a view of the steam that goes along with it.
Foam on a raging Neuse River. This was about 2500 cubic feet per second (CFS) coming through the Falls Dam. It is enough flow to attract whitewater kayakers from around the area, although the river was empty this morning. In Raleigh.
2500 cubic feet per second of water flowing through the Falls Dam on a chilly morning. In Raleigh.