Bristol is one of the most colourful cities in the UK, photographer Jessica Siggers is fortunate enough to call this city home. Here Jess has shared 5 of here favourite photos from this city so full of colour and culture.

"Birdcage Walk, Clifton Village: I adore this hidden, slightly secret path which links Victoria Square in Clifton Village to Clifton Hill and then takes you down into Cliftonwood where I live. It's so picturesque in every season, I don't think I've ever been able to pass through it without taking a photo!"

"My favourite view in Bristol which never fails to take my breath away. Like a feast for the eyes... The colours of Cliftonwood & Hotwells above and the wildlife & bustle of the harbour at your feet. Before I fell into photography, I would dream about how I could recreate it in some kind of tapestry. I might still do that some day!"

"Taking time out with the camera around this neighbourhood feels like stepping back in time. Built around the site of an old quarry, it's so peaceful considering it's seconds away from busy Blackboy Hill & I often don't see another soul. This cute Austin A30 resident is always a welcome though!"

"Another of my favourite Bristol views; looking across the city from Somerset Road in Kingsdown. I love to walk along each street in Kingsdown, enjoying the cobbled streets & vibrant colours, before venturing down into nearby Montpelier for more inspiration & good food."

"The spring floral displays at Victoria Park have to be seen to be believed, they are just so beautiful! You can then enjoy a drink & snack at the fab Mrs.Brown's Cafe also within the park, with views of colourful & quirky Totterdown on the hill. Bristolian perfection."

A huge thank you to Jess for sharing her thoughts and photography with us. You can keep up to date with Jess's photography through her Instagram page - @PorthJess