Night shot with light painting of the ruins of the manor of Saint-Pol-Roux near Camaret-sur-Mer on the Crozon peninsula in Brittany. Paul-Pierre Roux, called Saint-Pol-Roux, was a French Symbolist poet who bought a house near the beach of Pen-Hat overlooking the ocean and transformed it into a manor in the Baroque style. He has been killed in 1940 by a German soldier. The abandoned house was vandalised by the occupying force and now the manor is a ruin.
, Stefan Cruysberghs, Nikon D600 + Nikon 24-70mm f2.8, Request high resolution photo