ANDERSON DAILY PHOTO

December 13, 2008

Hartwell Lake

Filed under: Guest Photographers, Hartwell Lake — lessie @ 2:09 pm

Barron Cooley was kind enough to share this photo of Hartwell Lake. I think it’s a beautiful image. Thanks, Barron! Is it possible to name the specific part of the lake?

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  1. It’s hard for me to imagine a lake so big it can have so many islands, yet the proof is right in front of me! It looks more like our seas here in the Philippines. Fantastic!

    Comment by Hilda — December 13, 2008 @ 3:58 pm

  2. This is fantastic! Stunning view!

    Comment by JM — December 13, 2008 @ 5:25 pm

  3. Very beautiful!

    Comment by MyasNick — December 13, 2008 @ 6:47 pm

  4. Very Beautiful! I love it!! I love beautiful scenery pics!!

    ~~Tara
    http://www.blogger.com/profile/16187242078303599851

    Comment by Tara — December 13, 2008 @ 10:18 pm

  5. Thanks Lessie
    The large slim island in the middle of the lake is Andersonville Island, seen from the opposite(south) end instead of the north end pictured on Dec 12. On the right side of the island flows the Seneca River and from the left, out of view, flows the Tugaloo River. Before the Resivoir was formed, the two rivers would have joined at the lower left corner of this photo, to form the Savannah River, which is the border between South Carolina and Georgia. Both of these rivers were named by the Cherokee Indians which were native to this land.

    Comment by Barron — December 14, 2008 @ 5:36 pm


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