This early morning photo of the Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II bridge reflected on the Tiber River in Rome, Italy certainly gives the appearance that the water is Blue. Most times of the day the water had a much, much Browner color to it. So Brown in fact was the water, than any reference to the River who's name I didn't know at the time of my visit to Rome was just called the Brown River.
This photo was taken on my last day of four days in Rome before heading to sea on a 22 day Mediterranean cruise with stops in 6 different countries which included Malta, Greece, Croatia, Turkey, Montenegro, and more stops in Italy. I woke up early and decided to go out and about to capture Rome in the early morning light. The Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II bridge is only about 100 meters from the Castel Sant'Angelo which I had visited the day before.