Breizh atav [Armor ha Argoat]

Two “strong” pictures of Bretagne [Brittany] taken this summer by my friend Gilles Barés. Armor and Argoat are Breton for (land near the) sea or cost, and (land of the) forest or bocage. (Breizh atav [pronounced /a.ˈta.o/] means Bretagne for ever or eternal Bretagne.)

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