I posted this pic in colour, a while ago, but thought I’d do a B&W for Paula’s Sunday Challenge. The Giant’s face is a lichen-covered rock formation at St. Michael’s Mount in Cornwall. Cormoran , the mythical giant of Cornish folk-lore is said to have once lived on the Mount, wading ashore at night, to steal cows and sheep from the villagers’ fields. He also appears in the English fairytale, “Jack the Giant Killer” and was the first giant to be slain by the hero, Jack.
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