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In the Bay of Brest, the sea erosion hasn't freed the periglacial formations and the beaches are often made of pebbles.
These pebbles have drifted away and sometimes formed offshore bars, behind which you find ponds, a little like lagunas.
This is situated at the end of the Plougastel Peninsula, and is called "Etang du Caro", "étang" meaning "pond". It shelters several kinds of birds, like coots, moorhens, ducks, swans ( see Leconte's beautiful photo of the place:http://beta.trekearth.com/gallery/photo1212145.htm )
Some other POV's in WS.

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