With years of photography and travel, I really start thinking the best moment to make a colorful sunset is just after the rain or better, a storm. It’s while wandering along the Bretagne’s coastlines that I made this image, at sunset, while a big cloud cover was slowly entering the lands, allowing the horizon to get clearer. The rock formations were really enormous but hard to see in the picture, so I decided to add myself in the image just to give you an idea of its size. What you cannot see is me, running like crazy between the camera and the rocks, jumping at each round trip more and more on the rocks as the tide was rising very fast. Few minutes later all the path was totally covered by the ocean and the rock was not accessible for at least the next 8 hours.
Take a seat, breathe deeply and let your imagination go. Imagine the sounds of the waves crashing against the rocks, the song of some seagulls resonating from the steep cliffs, the smell of the sea salt brought to you by the wind. Imagine a fresh breeze stroking your cheeks and the thin sand running on your feet. Look up, admire the clouds moving, and feel the warmth of the sun on your skin.
Pors Scaff, Bretagne, France
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