Banners were all over the place and there must have been several thousand people in Roscoff for the event.
Here clogs are taking shape from a block of wood.
Artichokes got in on the act too and there were several stalls selling them and tarts with both artichokes and onions.
This was a good band in the town and there were lots of other little groups of people playing, a trio of strings and woodwind and of course, the obligatory Breton music group.
This was a sundial on the wall of a rather impressive church and some interior shots.
In the street there was an apple press from which the juice was being sold at €1 a glass, certainly not "rip off" prices.
The tide was out and four boys were investigating in the salt water pools and seaweed left behind.
Here I am supporting a large apple made from apples raffia tied to a chicken wire frame on one of the floats from the procession.