Saturday, April 24, 2010

inspired by bronte part 3



This is the third installment in my "Inspired by Bronte" series of photo collages, created as part of Bronte-Along -- this time inspired by Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. I read the book years ago, and just finished re-watching the BBC version with the very fine and very smoldery Tom Hardy as Heathcliff. I want to go walking on the moors...


There's a link to all my Bronte-inspired posts here.

11 comments:

  1. These are all so beautiful -- mysterious and very emotive.

    Sheila

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  2. These photos are amazing - moody but beautiful, like "Wuthering Heights." have a great day - erin

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  3. Wow - these really do make me think of Wuthering Heights. I just watched the BBC adaptation with Tom Hardy (I think I mentioned that he reminds me of Keanu Reeves....??? Don't be hating if you aren't a fan of Keanu. It was just a little thought). Love the photos.

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  4. These are fantastic! You've captured the spirit perfectly. I've never seen the BBC adaptation, but I've read the book twice...once in HS and again a few years ago. LOVE reading the classics lately :)

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  5. Lovelovelove these!! They are so moody...the first one is my favorite! I love Wuthering Heights and have read it multiple times! The 1939 Olivier/Oberon movie is wonderful, too!!

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  6. Such a refreshing switch from all of the bright spring blooms. I just might have to watch the BBC version.

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  7. your photos are truly amazing.
    that cemetery photo gave me a chill....
    great processing!

    i'm up for some abandoned window peeking :)

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  8. These photos have a weighty atmosphere.... they provide the perfect imagery for Bronte's moody characters roaming the moors!

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  9. Love the feeling in your photos. Mellow.

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  10. Wow, that's how I've always imagined the moors, too. Cool idea.

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  11. In your honour and in the honour of wall the Photographers, I published an ilustration.

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