Stargazers across East Anglia were treated to a spectacular supermoon on Tuesday night.
The moon, known as the pink supermoon, peaked just before 4am on Wednesday morning.
Despite its name, there's no actual colour difference to the surface of the moon.
- Watch a video of some of the supermoon pictures from viewers
The moon gets his name from a Northern Native American reference to an early-blooming wildflower, which starts to pop up in the US and Canada at the beginning of spring.
The moon was the brightest and biggest of 2020, due to the fact it is the closest to the Earth it will get this year.
- Picture gallery
- In this video, ITV News Anglia Weatherman Chris Page explains what a supermoon is and why this one was a Pink Moon when it wasn't pink.