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"I went to a riverbank to see cherry blossoms."
"I went to riverbanks to see cherry blossoms."
Which is more natural when the cherry trees are on the both sides of the river although I went to only one side?

Should I say,
"I went to a riverbank to see cherry blossoms on the riverbanks"?
(The picture is of the cherry blossoms in my neighbourhood. (^-^)
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