Photographer's Note

To add to my group theme:" Breton sacred fountains", here is a very simple one, which means it's very old, and didn't get the architectural edifice that some others got around the 16th, 17th centuries.
Well, I liked the simplicity of the setting and thought the gnarled trunk gave as good an effect as any piece of architecture.
As a devotion, people used to throw little crosses made of twigs, in it; and they would pray the saint for good crops.
Some more explanation in WS.
24-10-07: Thanks to Bazal, I think I have improved my photo a little,by making a tighter crop, to get rid of the overexposed area behind the tree.

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Additional Photos by MarieLouise Davies (maloutim) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2267 W: 353 N: 4068] (13617)
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