The September 27 ‘Supermoon’ was the last Harvest Moon of the year, appearing bigger and brighter than usual and allowing us to take in its beauty. This particular phenomenon occurs every 19 years and this was the last one of its kind until 2040. It was a remarkable sight, with both a full moon and a perigee moon – the closest point to the Earth in the Moon’s elliptical orbit – appearing at the same time. This unique alignment provided the powerful tides and stunning sights of the Harvest Moon.