DID you manage to catch a glimpse of the supermoon above Denbighshire last night?

A supermoon occurs when the moon reaches its closest position to the Earth, known as the perigee, making the satellite appear bigger and brighter than usual.

This month’s supermoon, which appeared on Tuesday night, was also a pink moon.

In the gallery above, you will see the first two pictures taken by Helen Evans - who captured a sight of the supermoon her front door.

The third picture, taken a little earlier in the evening, is by Rob Pickering of Denbigh, showing the moon as it rises out of the clouds above Moel Famau. The Sun is just beginning to set, and so the Vale of Clwyd is still lit up showing its splendour.

If you managed to capture a picture of the supermoon, then why not send them into us through our Facebook page or by e-mailing arron.evans@newsquest.co.uk