Countryside around Knighton, Radnorshire.
Knucklas and the River Teme from Panpunton Hill, Knighton.
This view is from the Panpunton Hill ridge showing the meanders of the River Teme and the village of Knucklas in the distance with its railway viaduct.
Knighton, it is said, was built on the only flat ground for miles around and you can see why.
Bluebells on Garth Hill, Knighton.
Garth Hill is heavily wooded on its north-eastern flank along the edge of the Teme valley and that is where you will find bluebells at the right time of year.
The stretch of Offa's Dyke path from Dolley Green to Knighton has some wonderful views of which this is but one showing swathes of Buttercups.
On the stretch of Offa's Dyke path running north from Knighton can be seen this view of Cwm-sanaham Hill which the path eventually crosses.
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