This is the huge array of flowers, pictures and tributes that have been left in memory of a motorcyclist who died in a crash with a bus.

Michael Clark was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision which was in James Street near the junction with Mount Stuart Street in  Cardiff Bay  at around 6.30pm on April 3.

The 34-year-old from Canton was treated by emergency services at the scene but died as a result of his injuries.

Now, a wall of flowers, candles and bottles of Budweiser, Stella and vodka cover the site where the crash happened.

A huge array of floral tributes and touching messages in memory of Michael Clark
Some people have left bottles of alcohol
Michael Clark

One tribute said: "The whole of Cardiff misses you and we always will. Every memory I have of you is one filled with laughter. Your amazing energy and soul lives on."

While another said: "Clarky always be missed."

If you witness an accident:

A woman leaves her own tribute at the scene
"Clarky always be missed"

The A4119 was closed in both directions, between Harrowby Lane and Bute Street, following the crash which happened outside a mini-supermarket.

His family paid tribute to Mr Clark, describing him as a 'larger than life character'.

In a statement released by South Wales Police on behalf of the family on Sunday, they said: "The whole family are absolutely heartbroken at the tragic loss of Michael, known to many as Clarky.

"He was a unique cheeky-chappy, larger-than-life character with a big smile and an even bigger heart. He was truly loved by everybody who knew him and will leave a gaping hole in our hearts”.

Anybody who may have witnessed the collision or have any information is urged to contact South Wales Police via 101 quoting reference *112725.