He's on the roof of the Gendarmerie on the mont at Mont St Michel. Far left in the picture below.
|Mont St Michel|
There were lots of gargoyles in Normandy, many exhibiting distinctly fierce characterstics. These were on the Palais de Justice in Rouen:
|Palais de Justice Rouen|
And these appeared to be guarding the Cathedral at Bayeux:
The Cathedral at Rouen had so many appendages it was impossible to capture them all:
Last of all I can't omit this chap, who although not a gargoyle was doing a good job representing all ponies pressed into service on the traditional pressoirs of Normandy. I'm sure they got there share of apples too after mushing them up for cidre/calvados production. The mill is planted up with flowers now, but someone had decided to create an homage to the tradition.