Gallery: Supermoon images from across Scotland to lift the spirit

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image captionPress Association photographer Andrew Milligan took this stunning shot of the supermoon over the Kelpies.

Stargazers across Scotland captured some stunning images of a pink supermoon overnight.

Despite its name, there is not any noticeable colour difference to the full moon.

It refers to a northern Native American reference to an early-blooming wildflower and is first seen across North America as spring begins.

The lunar light show, which peaked at 03:55, was pictured by professionals and amateurs with spectacular results.

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image captionA haunting shot of Edinburgh from Press Association photographer Jane Barlow.
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image captionMichael Sweeney managed to capture the supermoon and a bird from the garden of his home in Glasgow.
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image captionNorman Ferguson, of Edinburgh, sent in this beautiful shot.
image copyrightDouglas MacRae
image captionDouglas MacRae photographed the supermoon over the Braes of Lochaber
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image captionNeil Thomas Douglas captured this shot of the supermoon though the squinty bridge over the River Clyde in Glasgow.
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image captionSusan took this shot of the moon and her pet dog in Newton St Boswells in the Borders.
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image captionAnd finally Press Association photographer Jane Barlow also captured this beautiful shot of the sky over Calton Hill in Edinburgh.

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