Thursday, June 17, 2010

more of Brittany

Everywhere that we went we were armed with our cameras.  And each evening we would download the pictures onto Hilary's computer to see how well some of them had turned out.   

Part of a rock formation found near the beach.  The lines were so appealing.

This rock formation in Plouhinec is approximately 5,000 years old and was part of a burial chamber.

A village along the way to La Pointe du Raz - very typical of the houses that we saw everywhere.

At 4:15, right on schedule, the fishing fleet appears on the horizon and enters the port of Guilvenic.  I'm sure these are some of the langoustines that we ate for dinner!
Here I am standing beside a Gunnera - these amazing plants grow this high each year.

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