I’m back from Brittany. And it is great!

France has so many beautiful locations for photography. Brittany is only one of them. It offers a very wild coast with high cliffs and stormy weather. But it’s not really easy to find a good composition. You have to work hard for every picture.

My first shot is (thanks Wiki ;)) …

The Phare du Petit Minou is a lighthouse in the roadstead of Brest, standing in front of the Fort du Petit Minou, in the commune of Plouzané. By aligning it with the phare du Portzic, it shows the safe route to follow for ships to enter the roadstead.[1] It also has a red signal that indicates a dangerous sector around the plateau of les Fillettes (literally the girls), one of the submerged rocks in the goulet of Brest — sailors remember this by using the mnemonic “the Minou blushes when he covers les Fillettes“.