OUR Camera Club members wowed us this week with their brilliant snaps of the Harvest Moon.

The closest full moon to the autumnal equinox, the Harvest Moon marks the turning of the seasons and will illuminate the sky with a bright glow.

Also known as the Corn Moon, this full moon is traditionally symbolic of a new beginning, coming after hard work and dedication. It usually signalled to farmers when to start harvesting their crops.

This year the autumn equinox – the moment when the sun is directly above the Earth’s equator and the day and night are of equal length – is expected to fall on September 22.

Anyone can join our camera club and its free to absolutely everyone who has a photo to share.

Why not join our friendly community of more than 500 keen photographers from Andover and the surrounding area?

Whatever you love taking photographs of, we want to see them, from extraordinary landscapes, intriguing animals to sports photography.

To join the camera club, head over to the Andover Advertiser Camera Club Facebook page, request to join, and start sharing your photos.

The theme for September is #bridges and there is still time to enter your photographs.