' Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in.'
Sunday, 21 August 2016
Stones, Stones and More Stones
We came across these on the coast at Cameret-sur-Mer a couple of days ago. Cairn building gone mad! Of course somewhere there is our own contribution to this natural art installation.
And there were more high on the cliff above our campsite. Here's Louis adding his own little stone tower. He had definitely come of age as a teenager. Apparently I'm not allowed to tag him on Facebook as he does not want his friends to know that he spends time having fun with his mum. Good job none of them read my blog then isn't it?
There! A 'boring walk' turned into a bit of an adventure. Louis conquered four peaks at a secluded bay near Morgat. It dawned on me the other day that what I love about the Breton coast is that it is like a combo of my two favourite places in Devon, Dartmoor and it's shoreline. Perhaps that is why we're drawn back again and again.
It appears to that we're not the first people to mess about with rocks in these parts. Here's the work of distant ancestors. I was blessed to have this as the view from my motorhome bedroom window for a couple of nights.