Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Candid Photography (human or animal)
Olivia May Photography
By the Atlantic coast, in the heart of natural reserve Pointe Saint Gildas, this post become a semaphore station in 1862, later converted into a light house in 1954. Still in use today, it’s automated and remote controlled.
Except the top level where the light stands, the rest of the building is a museum, so can be visited.
After the principal level and the crypt, before going to the upper level (terrace), look at Panthéon from outside first.
The upper level which has a lot of columns, where the visitors can go.
An additional fee was paid in order to go up to the terrace.