Joanna Wright is a woman with a mission - reducing pollution in Bath. The city is one of the worst areas in the country for air pollution and fumes from cars are often above legal limits in a number of areas.
The environmental campaigner from Larkhall has been collecting thousands of toy cars to highlight the scale of the problem, particularly for children during the school run.
Joanna Wright set herself the task of collecting 25,000 toy cars to illustrate the problem and get people to think again about the school run and the way it contributes to Bath's air pollution. While she only managed to amass some 4,000 of the little vehicles they still make an impressive sight.
Her installation "We live within the sky, not beneath it" is on show in Milsom Place until 10 June 2018.