Supermoon over Pittsburgh on Sept. 8, 2014.
Supermoon rises over PPG Place in Pittsburgh on Sept. 8, 2014.
Dave Dicello

The array of summer Supermoons sealed in character Monday night as a full moon strike a closest indicate in earth’s circuit — exhibiting a incomparable and brighter than common healthy phenomenon.

As a third and final supermoon of a year rose Monday night, veteran and pledge photographers comparison forked their lenses to a sky. Pittsburgh formed photographer Dave Dicello prisoner maybe a many chilling picture of a full moon as it hovered above a city’s PPG Building.

“Capturing a supermoon over a Pittsburgh skyline is frequency something that we like to miss, ” Dicello told TIME. “I knew that a moon would make a approach over a city about an hour after it rose, giving me time to get to Point State Park, where this print was made. With a moon sitting in a spires above a PPG Building and regulating a 70-200 lens and a 2X teleconverter, we was means to constraint a vivid stage of a collect moon over a Steel City.”