This view transfixed me and brought up memories of Gregory Crewdson's Beneath the Roses. Thurmond has no roads or sidewalks. It's bridge is a one rail affair, in or out. The little building on the left was the US Post Office until 1995. Thurmond had 7 residents, according to the 2000 census.
The New River in West Virginia at Sunset
Known as one of the oldest rivers on the continent, It sits atop the Appalachian Mountains. From this view it forms a gorgeous oxbow, which is currently cut off by trees.