THE sunrises and sunsets captured by our camera club members make for a great selection of pictures today.

That is the theme for our monthly competition for January and the standard is already very high.

Danka Pogorzelec almost made us all feel warm with that wonderful shot.

Karen Clark’s shot of rock hopping has an adventurous feel to it while perfect reflection is definitely the right name for Craig Allsobrook’s picture.‎

Allan Hutchings, Argus picture editor, said composition is important when capturing a sunset.

He said: “There should always be foreground, background and mid-ground interest.

“That way you add depth to the picture, otherwise it can come out like a wall of colour.

“If you use the sky as a background and something in the foreground it adds depth.

“It adds interest to the eye.”

The winner of the monthly camera club competition receives a £50 prize.

This week in The Argus we have read about the rare rose-coloured starling in Seaford but today the more common starlings are pictured in a beautiful murmuration beyond the Brighton Palace Pier.

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