Eckmühl lighthouse: (at the bottommost point of the Bay of Audierne): 65 metres (213 feet), 307 steps to the top. Which isn't much compared to the Burj Khalifa, or even the Eiffel Tower, but makes it (apparently) the second tallest lighthouse in Brittany, the 5th tallest in France and the joint 14th tallest in the world, and it certainly feels a long way up, both when you're climbing it and when you get to the top and look down. There is a notice exhorting people not to carry their small children on their shoulders, the thought of which makes my insides squirm with horror.
It must certainly have one of the most photographed spiral staircases in Brittany. Which didn't stop me from adding to the stock. The joy of acrophobia - lean into your pathology, only not too far...
That's our car down there.
Time to call time on the Finistère photos, at least until the next Nablopomo general turning out and using up of the old stuff, I guess, as I still have some left, but freshness and seasonality still seem to be important, and one can always salt away for the winter.
Now to sorting, doing the sums and writing the thank you e-mails after the English trip. This blog seems rather to give the impression that my life is just one long jaunt, which isn't quite the case, but I don't do so badly.