Four lighthouse in the storm, Finistère
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The Four lighthouse is located in front of Argenton in Finistère. He was classified by his guards in the category of "hell". The lighthouse has been listed as a Historic Monument since 2015. With lows of ten meters associated with strong winds from the South West, 150 km / h at Ouessant, and 137 km / h at Pointe du Raz, storm Petra passes over Brittany. The spectacle is guaranteed from the coast, the lighthouse of the Four undergoes the swell and the assaults of the waves.
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A few words about the author
Passionate about photography since the age of 12, Guillaume Plisson has developed his sensitivity and a very personal look at this profession. For more than 15 years, Guillaume Plisson has been covering the biggest worldwide nautical events for magazines like Paris Match, Le Figaro ... He is also dedicated to a new form of photographic expression: Digigraphie, and demonstrates that the photographer is a self-taught artist, author, composer and performer of his images.
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