Altair, amazonite, amphibian, Anne de Bretagne, astonomical observatory, Azay le Rideau, black winged stilt, bretagne, broceliande, Carnac, Chambord, common mussel, commun edible cockle, Deneb, duchy of Brittany, eb2, european eel, france, François d'Angoulême, greek mythology, heart coherence, kentish plover, King Francis I, Knights or Round Table, ladybug, lapis lazuli, lighthouse, lithotherapy, little egret, menhir, Merlin, Nantes, ocean, Orpheus, owl, periwinkle, pied avocet, red jasper, rhodonite, Roman civilization, salamander, swell fairy, Ulysse, Vega, Zeus
Vincent enjoys walking at nightfall: the pine forest, the marshes, the beach and its rocky coves, the fisheries that criss-cross the coast. All these Breton places are full of sound and visual treasures. It is a wonderful context in which one can harmonize his or her body and mind. But that night, the heavy rain opens a doors marvellous door. By the Atlantic Ocean, wildlife, bewitching songs and fairy dance steps set on. Welcome to Bretagne!
By Vincent HERY
Folk tales (rejuvenated lore and legends/myths)
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