Strawberry moon: Your pictures
A strawberry moon occurs in June and marks the beginning of the strawberry season. Here's a selection of your pictures.
The summer solstice is the longest day of the year and in 2016 it coincided with the strawberry moon, a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence, so-called because it marks the beginning of the strawberry season. Gabriel Jiménez captured the moon over the Round Tower of Windsor Castle, UK.
It last happened nearly 50 years ago in 1967. Ryan Christopher Rosas snapped this shot over the bay in San Diego, US.
Here it is rising behind Mount Baker in Canada. Credit: Instagram/ckristo
Gerhard Geldenhuys took this picture in Long Stratton, near Norwich, UK.
A night-time walker on Zuma Beach pretends to hold the strawberry moon in Malibu in the US state of California. Credit: Instagram/_sarahendipity_
Here it is peeking through clouds in Vancouver, Canada. The photo was taken from the Lions Gate Bridge. Credit: Instagram/paulcollinsfilm
Tim Wetherell, of Exmoor StarGazers, took this picture in Exmoor National Park, UK.
Lorna Powell took this picture of the strawberry moon at Stonehenge, UK, where she was celebrating the summer solstice. You can share your pictures via @BBC_HaveYourSay or firstname.lastname@example.org