As the third and final supermoon of the year rose Monday night, professional and amateur photographers alike pointed their lenses to the sky. Pittsburgh based photographer Dave Dicello captured perhaps the most chilling image of the full moon as it hovered above the city’s PPG Building.
“Capturing the supermoon over the Pittsburgh skyline is rarely something that I like to miss, ” Dicello told TIME. “I knew that the moon would make its way over the city about an hour after it rose, giving me time to get to Point State Park, where this photo was made. With the moon sitting in the spires above the PPG Building and using a 70-200 lens and a 2X teleconverter, I was able to capture a haunting scene of the harvest moon over the Steel City.”
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