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Lighthouse beams at night. Time-exposure image of the light beams of a lighthouse flashing out into the night sky on a coastline. This is the lighthouse at Pointe du Millier, on the Cap Sizun headland, on the west coast of Finistere, in Brittany, France. The Phare du Millier was built in 1881, electrified in 1965, and automated in 1993. It is 36 metres above sea level, and produces two flashes every 6 seconds. Photographed in April 2015.
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