People across Scotland have been enjoying the rare sight of a supermoon.
The moon appeared bigger and brighter than usual as it came closer to Earth than it has in decades.
A band of rain and cloud sweeping in from the west left some parts of the country disappointed.
But many others enjoyed the spectacle of the Moon making its closest approach to Earth since 1948, appearing about 7% larger than normal and about 15% brighter.
The Moon will not be this close to Earth again until 25 November 2034.
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