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BRETON CULTURE AND TRADITION VIII.
This little cottage is situated in the hamlet of Loperhet, Morbihan; near St Brigitte chapel, about 16 km north of Vannes.

It's a typical breton country cottage made of stones, with a slate roof and with blue as a favorite color for the doors and windows.
In this place, it was definitely the favorite color, with blue hydrangeas in every garden.
Hydrangeas are common in humid, temperate climates like south-western England and Brittany France. Blue hydrangeas will thrive on Slate-based soil and red will thrive on clay-based soil. So it's practically impossible to get the two alongside each other.

Thanks Gildas for the WS ! At the time of posting the main version, I wasn't familiar with all these manipulations of photos on computers.

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