The James River is the largest river in Virginia, and the "Fall of the James" is the 7-mile stretch of the river where it drops more than 100 feet in altitude as it runs through Richmond, Virginia. This 7-mile stretch of the James River is near Bosher Dam and the waters around the 14th Street Bridge in downtown Richmond. Here is a view of the City of Richmond downtown skyline captured from the under the Manchester Bridge, where the James River is calm with reflections of the city buildings
The James River around Belle Isle is low on the fall afternoon, which allows for a day of fly fishing. This area of the James River is a part of the James River Park System.
Late September view of the City of Richmond skyline from under the Manchester Bridge in Richmond, Virginia