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It is places where all one each one dreams to go one day. The headlight of Les Poulains belongs to those, at least for me. Philip Plisson is there surely for much thanks to its sumptuous air photograph...
In short, last June this place somewhat "mysterious" photographically indeed under my eyes... under my hands... which strange feeling was of touching the white frontage struck by the storms... this ground corner surrounded of seas.

A beautiful place in a hostile and however marvellous nature.

This lighthouse is accessible only to foot with low tide. Brought into service in September 1868, it is made up of a square tower of 18 meters, coupled with one house.

47° 23' 20" N - 03° 15' 08" W

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