Discovering Brittany part 2

UntitledOne thing about Brittany is that it pretty much rains everyday, but on this particular day the sun was out and so were the paragliders. UntitledUntitledUntitledDSC086644So glad my husband captured this moment, he always likes to take pictures of me taking pictures of other things and love him for it. UntitledUntitledUntitledThese mountains are known as The Ménez-Hom, located in the towns of Plomodiern, Trégarvan and Dinéault offer a unique view over the Bay of Douarnenez and Brest harbor.
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This is what you do when there’s nobody around to take a picture of youUntitledUntitledUntitledThese amazing standing stones located just steps from the sea are located in Camaret and are known as the L’alignement de Menhirs de Lagatjar, have been around since 3000-2500 BC.UntitledUntitled UntitledLa Pointe des Espagnols named after a famous battle that took place in the spring of 1594 when an army of 3,000 French and 2,000 British attacked the fort held by only 400 Spaniards who were commanded by Don Thomas Praxede. All Spaniards but 13 were killed and the  fort was destroyed.UntitledUntitledYou can also find bunkers from World War II.

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