Explore Haworth and the places that inspired Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë with local photographer, Andrew Fowler.
Misty February sunrise at Top Withens.
“Make the moors never change and you and I never change.”
Long Bridge on the River Worth below Haworth.
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There is a huge variety of different landscapes throughout the area known as Brontë Country, from riverside meadows and pastures through ancient woodland to decaying buildings left over from the textile industry that has now all but disappeared. But it’s the vast expanses of the moors and hills, with their ever-changing light, challenging weather and mesmerising mists, that have inspired writers and artists over the centuries.
The Brontë Parsonage Museum, the home where the sisters created their literary masterpieces.