DID anyone else stay up or wake up extra early this morning to catch a glimpse of the 'blood moon'?

A 'blood moon' is lunar eclipse, during which the earth passes between the sun and moon, causing the moon to appear red.

It was visible in various parts of the world including the UK between around 2.30am and 8am on Monday.

Leader photographer Craig Colville snapped these spectacular images of the event in Flintshire, and video below