Cap Fréhel, Brittany, France
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Top contributor Amaury Descours flew a drone over a cape of Brittany in northwestern France to create this amazing video. Cape Frehel is a promontory that lies on the northern side of the Breton Peninsula, in the Côtes-d'Armor department. This is a remote slice of Brittany; the peninsula itself is uninhabited but for two adjacent lighthouses, both of which can be seen in the video. The shorter lighthouse was built in the 17th century while the taller one dates to the mid-20th century.
Description: The Cap Fréhel is a must-see natural landmark of the Cotes d'Armor in the north of Brittany, France. Its 70-meter cliffs made of pink sandstone, colorful moors and the emerald sea are the signature of the place. Also, the lighthouse built in 1950 sitting on top of the rocky promontory is the visual anchor of this incredible landscape.
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Music: "Always" by Allegory Music, licensed by Premium Beat
Additional sounds licensed by AudioJungle.net
Shot with DJI Phantom 3 Professional drone
ND and Polarizing filter from Polarpro
Edited and Color graded with DaVinci Resolve
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