Top Withens Trees – Yorkshire Landscape Photography
This location is most famous for the Emily Bronte novel ‘Wuthering Heights‘. It is said to be the inspiration for the farmhouse from the novel and like the book can be found on in a remote and isolated part of the Yorkshire’s Ovendale Moor. It was Ellen Nussey, a lifelong friend of Charlotte Brontë, who said that Top Withens was the model for the farmhouse of Wuthering Heights.
The focus of this landscape photograph wasnt the famous farmhouse but the twin trees that are found to the left of the location. These trees on first glance look like one tree but on closer inspection the trees are separated but due to the harsh and wild winds the branches have been shaped into one.