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I'm standing atop a cliff located at the North of the Pointe de Dinan (visible on the left). At the center, the huge boulders of the "Tas de Pois" are visible at the horizon, and just on their right, the Pointe de Penhir behind which two lighthouses of the Ouessant Island are displaying a greenish and yellowish halo. A part of Cygnus (Deneb is near the top) is visible on the right.
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Instrument   50 mm focal length, composite of 31 pictures
Exposure & film   8 s with digital camera Canon 5D MarkII + Sigma 50mm F1.4 EX DG
Date & place   December 6, 2012, Pointe de Dinan (Finistère)

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