No one loves a tempest as much as The Mariner. And when I want to see the ocean at its most beautiful, and its angriest, I go to the coast of Brittany. It is there that the mighty Atlantic, whipped by storm force winds, piles into the puny edifices erected by humans to help keep them off the rocky coast. It is a spectacular show, made more sublime by a soundtrack supplied by Mozart, a non-sailor, but a human genius and a distant pre-mutation cousin of mine.
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