The guys at Mégalithes du Monde (the website where I went looking for all megalithical structures and ancient buildings in the region before visiting it) claim there's two menhirs in the forest near Morvé, one on each side of the water running through it, named menhir de Morvé (or Kerglogé) A and menhir de Morvé (or Kerglogé) B.
Not a lot of romance in those names and maybe I'm too romantic or imaginative, but I think there's actually three of them on that spot. Alas, that third one hit the ground and is laying with its top in the water (it may of course be "just" a rock, but its form tells me it is just as manmade as the other two). So I included the third one in this part and the next one too.
And in the first photo I included my girlfriend. Not to show you how small she is, but how big these "standing stones" are (about 4,5 meters).