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Kerguezennec

Standing Stone / Menhir

Fieldnotes

Well, it's a big one, make no mistake, standing 6.25ms tall. From the front and back it seems enormously chunky, but from the side it's much thinner and tapers off dramatically towards the top. Jane Posted by Jane
12th October 2009ce
Edited 12th October 2009ce

Comments (2)

2 and a half lines for such a stone. You must have been megalithed out if 6.5m seemed like 'Ah, yeah, well, it's OK I suppose' ;-)

I think I'm quite taken with the idea of this Brittany place.
Hob Posted by Hob
15th October 2009ce
Jane and Moth, it's great that you are posting lots of pics of the multitude of sites, and fieldnotes, of Brittany, as it might encourage more TMA-ers to seek these gems out.
Hob, Brittany has certainly got some huge standing stones, not to mention the ones that have fallen over. They just have to be seen to be believed. I was blown away on my visits. Add to that the fact it's a beautiful place, like Cornwall, only the food's better, and, in the case of south Brittany, so is the weather. And the camping's cheap.
The Eternal Posted by The Eternal
15th October 2009ce
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