A man stands in the rain while admiring the west façade of the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg (or Liebfrauenmünster in German) in Strasbourg, Alsace, France. From 1647 to 1874, the sandstone structure with its 142 meter-high spire (466 ft) was the world’s tallest building.
Surfers on the way to the sea on the beach of Quiberon, Brittany, France, Aug.8..
A menhir, a monolith of pre-historical times, is lit by the headlights of a passing car at night during an exposure of 30 seconds near Carnac in Brittany, France, Aug.7.
A lighthouse at the “Côte du Granit Rose” (Pink Granite Coast) in the Côtes d’Armor departement of northern Brittany, France, Aug.3.
A menhir, one of the many monoliths of pre-historical times found near Carnac in southern Brittany, France, Aug.6.
A man climbs the rocks of the “Côte du Granit Rose” (Pink Granite Coast)in the Côtes d’Armor departement of northern Brittany, France, Aug.4.
Light shines through mussels in a restaurant at Tregastel, northern Brittany, Aug.4.
A forest in a hidden valley in the north of the Bretagne (Brittany), France, Aug.4.
The coast near Perros-Guirec, Brittany, France, Aug.3.
Exposure of 25 seconds.
At St. Malo, Bretagne (Brittany), France, July 31.