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.”