CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Many local Charlotte Instagam accounts have posted photos of the supermoon that was visible Sunday night and Monday night from around the world. Some of the images have become incredibly popular, but beg the question many are discussing on social media: Real or Photoshop?

Take a look for yourself:

We could dream this night away...

A photo posted by UncleJut (@unclejut) on

Photo from the #supermoon last night in #charlotte . #clt #moonrise #skyline #lovewhereilive

A photo posted by Thomas Gallagher (@kolmedee) on

"Because when you stop and look around, this life is pretty amazing" #supermoon #cltatnight #cltsupermoon

A photo posted by Mary Stringini (@marystringiniphotography) on

Super moon Charlotte last night. Very cool! #charlotte #charlottesgotalot #supermoon #moon #skyline #boatower #clt

A photo posted by Donnie Jones (@180degreephotography) on

The #supermoon passing through #charlotte! #moon #moonstruck #exploreclt #charlottesgotalot

A photo posted by T. Cooper Hull Photography LLC (@tcooperpics) on

Ballantyne Rush Hour #cltatnight #exploreclt

A photo posted by Corey Sunstrom (@ncsweaters) on

Have seen all these photoshopped pictures of the moon tonight, so I thought I'd join in.

A photo posted by Nathan 🇸🇪 (@nate.704) on

A bit noisy #supermoon #perigeesyzygy from my balcony

A photo posted by Nilay Pal (@pal.nilay) on

Tonight's Super Moon was pretty super! #Carowinds #CLT #SuperMoon #AmusementParks #RollerCoaster #🎢 #🌕

A photo posted by Carowinds (@carowindspark) on

This city. That moon. #lovemycity #clt

A photo posted by JJ Stauffer (@jjstauffer) on

Heading to tennis and spotted the #supermoon in my mirror. No tripod or trigger. Let's see if I can make this work. #photographerslife #iphoneography

A photo posted by T. Cooper Hull Photography LLC (@tcooperpics) on

That Moon Over #UpTown Tonight Though.... #CLT

A photo posted by BIG SEXY (@mybigsexy) on

🌕 #supermoon2016 #mycharlotte #charlittnc

A photo posted by Kelsey Kline (@kelseyrkline) on

Meteorologist, Brad Panovich weighed in on this debate when he viewed the following image:

We could dream this night away...

A photo posted by UncleJut (@unclejut) on

Panovich explained that this image had to be Photoshop because the moon was not in that location last night at any time. The image is looking north, but the moon rose in the east and set in the southwest. This image would have to have been shot from the north to be considered legitimate.