The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta ended on a happy note with the final scheduled mass ascent taking place after a weekend of bad luck with the weather.
Flights on Thursday and Saturday were cancelled because of high winds and rain but glorious sunshine on Sunday meant the balloons could take off.
Crowds packed Ashton Court estate on the outskirts of the city to see the Red Arrows display earlier in the afternoon and the mass balloon ascent later on.
It is thought some 120,000 packed in on Sunday and the car parks at Ashton Court estate became full.
Dozens of hot-air balloons took to the sky as the event ended on a high for another year.
The Balloon Fiesta has grown to become a huge annual event in the Bristol calendar since it first started in 1979.
Winds over Bristol meant the balloons drifted to the south in the direction of Bristol Airport.
Despite the poor weather over the weekend organisers claim the event was a success.
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