Monday, 11 December 2017
Bronte Waterfalls, Nr Haworth.
Bronte Waterfall is a small waterfall on Haworth Moor, West Yorkshire. It is linked with the Bronte sisters and not far from Top Withins the house that is thought to have inspired the Earnshaw House in Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. There is an old stone bridge that crossers the South Dean Beck here, the bridge was rebuilt in 1989 after the original one was swept away in flash flooding.
There are a total 15 pictures which I took in March 2014 using a Polaroid iS2132 digital bridge camera. !2 can be seen on Flickr and here with 3 exclusive to Clickasnap. Links will be posted below if you would like to view them.
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