Thanks to Terri Webster Schrandt for this week’s Sunday Stills Photography Challenge. The subject today is ‘Early‘.
I thought I’d add these photos from our visit to the Bronte family parsonage, church, and surrounding areas at Haworth, Yorkshire, back in 2013. We got there as early as we could so as to beat the queues, and were rewarded with these photos:
You can imagine the Bronte sisters wandering over these dales with their notebooks and pencils.
The stone reads: ‘This was the site of the gate leading to the church used by the Bronte family, and through which they were carried to their final resting place in the church.
A steam train came along to greet us. I thought I was back in Victorian times!
The High Street before crowds of people got there.
On the right you can see Haworth School where Charlotte Bronte taught.