Créac'h lighthouse on the island of Ouessant. Built in 1863, the most powerful in Europe, it is 54.85m high. This lighthouse and its black and white stripes, which marks the entrance to the English Channel, is known to all sailors. Classified as a Historic Monument, it watches over the famous "Ouessant rail" where so many cargo ships sail. The Créac'h is the symbol of the island of Ouessant. This monochrome photograph accentuates the contrasting appearance of the bands that characterize it, and the treatment colors and warms the image of this lantern standing on its granite promontory and which seems to reach the altitude of the clouds, high in the sky.
Keywords used by Julien Amic to describe this photograph: lighthouse, ouessant, island, sea, ocean, atlantic, lomophotography, brittany, navigation, creac'h, iroise, iroise sea, monochrome, black and white, clouds, lantern, finistère, sky, mood
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