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You've been sending us your photographs of sunsets and blood moons over the past week.

Sunday, 27th January 2019, 10:00 am
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 7:02 pm
Sunrise over Ravenside 19/01/19. Scout's honour, no red filter or post processing. Trevor Thomas

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A stunning sunrise on Thursday 17th January at Hastings Harbour Arm. Photo taken by Peter Norman
At the top of the East Hill in a cold biting wind I was tempted to take the attached photo on Thursday evening just after sunset showing car lights with our pier in the background. Photo by Ian Matthews
Sunrise over Ravenside 19/01/19. Scout's honour, no red filter or post processing. Trevor Thomas
Sunrise over Ravenside 19/01/19. Scout's honour, no red filter or post processing. Trevor Thomas
Sunrise over Ravenside 19/01/19. Scout's honour, no red filter or post processing. Trevor Thomas
Sunset over Cooden Beach, Photo by Christina Martin
Sunset over Cooden Beach. Photo by Christina Martin
My husband, Phil Perry, took this beautiful sunset photo of a fisherman on the beach at Bexhill. Having just returned from a rather grey Madrid, it was a great welcome home! Margaret Perry
Sunset over the lake at camber by Beverley Ham
Sunset over Beachy Head from Bexhill.... A. Richardson
Sunset over Beachy Head from Bexhill. Picture by A. Richardson
Bexhill rooftops by Kevin Winchester
The Blood red supermoon was certainly worth setting the alarm for silly o'clock and braving the chill These were taken between 3am and 5am from ST LEONARDS ON SEA. Catherine Boorman
High Tide at Winchelsea Beach by Susan Sutton
Sun dogs taken at midday last Friday, 18th January, on Bexhill seafront from the restaurant in the De La Warr Pavilion. Sun dogs are caused by ice crystals in the Earths atmosphere and usually occur in pairs, one either side of the Sun. However on this occasion, and because of shifting cloud , they occurred singly. Taken by David Pulley
Sun dogs taken at midday last Friday, 18th January, on Bexhill seafront. Sun dogs are caused by ice crystals in the Earths atmosphere and usually occur in pairs, one either side of the Sun. However on this occasion, and because of shifting cloud , they occurred singly. Taken by David Pulley
Sunset over the sea
My photos from my back garden.
My photos from my back garden.
My photos from my back garden.
Sunset at Hastings
Sunset at Hastings
Sunset at Hastings
I saw this beautiful sight in Alexandra Park today. I've called it "Reflective Solitude"
This beautiful photo was taken today. Went there for my birthday. It started getting cold and the mist started coming down.
Not much sign of life in Alexandra Park Hastings on a freezing cold January day but this little Robin did come to see what I was up to.
A freezing cold January day in Alexandra Park Hastings
View from galley hill Bexhill
Taken in Bexhill
Beautiful cloud formation
Over The Colonnade
Winchelsea Beach at sunset