This photo is an old one. It was taken on a cold but sunny day of December 2013, from a beach near Erquy, in Brittany. This small island with a chapel on the top of it, is called "îlot Saint-Michel".
At that time, I couldn't afford a full frame DSLR so it was shot hand held at 42mm with a 7D, an APSC sensor hence it makes a 67mm or so. I was really lucky that day: a beautiful winter light, rain clouds, a rainbow and a couple of seagulls that kindly cross my frame. Actually, I took a series of shots to have them positioned in the right hand corner. That kind of conjunction of elements is so rare that I could'nt resist the desire to share it with you all. I hope you'll enjoy it.
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