Long after the sun goes down traffic continues moves along Via Luigi Petroselli in Rome, Italy.
The old brick and concrete bridge piers stand across the James River as a testimony to the ravages of time. They once provided safe and easy passage across the river and now serve merely as roosts for water fowl and baron outcroppings for pioneering vegetation.
These old pilings in the James River must have served as the foundation for a small bridge. Now they are simply part of the river.