Contemporary artist Sam Taylor-Wood is presenting a series of photographs, inspired by Emily Bronte's book Wuthering Heights, at central London's White Cube gallery.
Entitled Ghosts, the series was shot on the moors near Top Withens, west Yorkshire, the setting for Bronte's 1847 novel.
The images depict a beautiful, yet bleak landscape, reflecting the novel's themes of love and suffering.
Ghosts forms part of Taylor-Wood's exhibition Yes I No, her first at the gallery since 2004. It features three groups of photographs and a large-scale film installation.
Yes I No is at No 1 The Piazza, Covent Garden, until 5 November, and White Cube, in St James's, until 29 November.