Friday, 18 January 2013


The Bronte Weather Project has officially finished now, however there are still a couple of loose threads to tie up, so i had to go over to the Bronte Parsonage Museum yesterday. I was meant to go on Tuesday, but because of the snowy freezing weather it got delayed a couple of days.

The trip over the moors was really spectacular - the snow covering everything and the colour of the sky mingling in with the hills. Thankfully the roads were clear, so the bus journey was not too fraught.

The Museum is closed to the public at the moment as they spend time redecorating the whole house. It was interesting to be in the Museum in a state of change - and the work carried out so far is absolutely beautiful - gorgeous paints and wall papers that have been especially chosen and researched to fit in with how the Bronte family would have had it. It's going to look stunning when it's finished.

1 comment:

  1. Aye, we're getting the snow now. I love the way photos of snow come out that shade of blue; it somehow emphasises the cold, and the dark/light balance you get with snow. The blinding white; but also that quite melancholy cloudy blue/grey-ness. I also start to worry about the wildlife, and animals out in this. I keep feeding the birds!