This quaint building with devil-like grotesques and welcoming aqua-coloured doors rests on the pink granite coast of Brittany, between the village and the lighthouse of Ploumanac’h.
I believe the cheeky grotesques that adorn the roof, are one of the Breton races of little people. These 900-year-old Korrigans are bearded natives who flaunt their pointed ears, and stomp their hooves during their nightly dances around fires along the coastline.
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 20 October 2016
Part of Thursday Doors