Ponden Kirk is a crag of gritstone rock jutting out of the hillside on Haworth Moor, believed to be the inspiration for Penistone Crags and the Fairy Cave in Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights.
It’s the most perfect place to rest and enjoy the breath-taking views. For me, it’s a happy place. A place of innocence, where it’s easy to think of the Bronte children re-enacting heroic battles in a distant, imaginary world. The Fairy Cave at its base too adds to this sense of play, though do be careful of the local folk-lore!
This picture is for those with a sense of fun and a longing for the a better, more innocent world.
The print is on acid-free, 250g heavyweight paper with a vanilla mount and comes in a stylish, Black frame giving a high quality, elegant look and feel.
The frame is made locally in Yorkshire from solid wood and has a fixing on the MDF backboard so it is ready to hang. It also has 2mm Styrene safety glass to minimise the weight but still give the quality of regular glass.
- A3 – 455mm x 330mm x 22mm deep.
- A2 – 628mm x 455mm x 22mm deep.
The images shown are for illustration purpose only.
Your framed print will be carefully packed, despatched quickly and tracked via Royal Mail.