You'll have to imagine the girders of the railway bridge over the Rhône here at Arles as it hasn't been reinstated after being blown in World War Two. You could equally imagine the Roman river crossing here, a large number of boats were lashed together with a pathway precariously proceeding across. The lions atop the piers recall other (permanent) Roman bridges in the area such as the Pont Flavain at St Chamas.
The barge cruising empty downstream the heavy river flow looks capable of carrying at least 32 containers, which saves at least 32 articulated lorries from the roads along this route.
Maybe this isn't entirely the meaning of “Conceptual Photography” although Arles is home to the renowned Rencontres d'Arles formerly known as the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie d'Arles) as well as the highly-regarded L'Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie - ENSP.