North Wales boasted a spectacular display of the Northern Lights on Sunday night.

Denbighshire, Conwy, Gwynedd, and Flintshire observed the phenomenon against our landscape backdrop.

And some of our Camera club members headed out on Sunday night to take photos of the phenomena.

The Northern Lights, scientifically known as Aurora Borealis, occur when the sun's particles hit the Earth's atmosphere gases.

According to the Met Office, these illuminations are most common during the Equinox in March and September.

Several photographers received alerts when the lights were visible and headed to spots in North Wales including Talacre beach, the Great Orme, Denbigh Moors, and Penmon Point on Anglesey.

Camera Club member Ruth Davies was lucky and patient enough to get some incredible shots.

Sharing a photo, she said: "The start of last night’s aurora display, up at the Denbigh moors. Still not had time to go through all my shots yet. No phone signal up there made predictions very difficult so was up there for hours."