The bridge in Wetumpka, Alabama is one that I would enjoy getting to see on a daily basis. I'll bet it never looks the same twice. The river is the Coosa and when I was traveling there earlier in the spring I saw several signs showing that in the 1920s during heavy rains, the river rose 37 feet. I can't even begin to imagine the terrifying power that river has in those conditions.
If you ever travel to Montgomery, Alabama make sure you take the 20 minute ride to explore Wetumpka. Just outside the town is also the largest meteor crater in the U.S, more that 5 miles wide! Sadly, we didn't get a chance to see that. I'd probably still be there taking pictures!