The tip of Finistère, in the far west of France, is strewn with pitfalls for navigators. The peculiarity of its coastline to push the construction of a multitude of lighthouses; the largest concentration in the world. In winter, the many storms make navigation even more complex. Powerful winds and waves transform the sides into a maelstrom of foam and spray. Photographing these sentinels of the seas is not always easy. You often have to face winds exceeding 100km/h, rain, hail while being wary of the waves.