My home from home in the Clun Valley
If I could choose anywhere to live in Shropshire, it would have to be the beautiful Clun Valley.
I love the rolling countryside and ancient footpaths, which are just calling out to be explored.
This particular day had started at 5am, and as sunset approached I found myself standing in a field above the village of Newcastle on Clun.
Offa’s Dyke can be seen snaking its way across the middle of the picture, with the Welsh border beyond the distant hills.
This is the half-way point along the 177-mile-long Offa’s Dyke Path, which one day I aim to tackle in full.
As it was, I just stood and drank in the views before heading back to the car at the end of what had been a long - but very enjoyable - day.
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Call of the cuckoo in lovely Ashes Hollow
Golden glow on church and Titterstone Clee
History amid the buttercups at Clun
Timeless scene on historic Wyle Cop
Out and about on Wenlock Edge