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Brontë Moorland


When I was visiting England I wanted to capture some of the scenes from my childhood. Living in America has made me appreciate the landscapes that I had taken for granted. This scene is a view along a small road high up on the moors. The weather is changeable up here and the wind is always present. The Brontë sisters often walked in desolate places like these and this mood is often reflected in their work, perhaps none more so than in Emily's Wuthering Heights. This would be the setting of Cathy and Heathcliff’s wanderings.

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