North Shropshire has 46 miles of canals, including the Shropshire Union Canal and the Llangollen Canal. There is also an 11-mile stretch of the Montgomery Canal, which joins the Llangollen Canal at Lower Frankton.
The legacy of industry is still to be seen on Brown Clee, which is the tallest peak in Shropshire.
Autumn sun picks out the church at Cleobury Mortimer, with Titterstone Clee seen in the background.
A step back in time - here are the medieval ruins of Wenlock Priory, surrounded by autumn colour.