Tim Harvey

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Europe / United Kingdom / Guernsey

Waterscapes

Photographer male

 
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Bequets reef, Bectondu & Corbette d'Amont at Bordeaux in Guernsey, Channel Islands.

Bequets reef, Bectondu & Corbette d'Amont at Bordeaux in Guernsey, Channel Islands. - © Tim Harvey


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The islands of Herm, Jethou and Sark, from the pier / slipway at Bordeaux harbour, Guernsey.

The islands of Herm, Jethou and Sark, from the pier / slipway at Bordeaux harbour, Guernsey. - © Tim Harvey


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Le Havre des Moies towards the Pea Stacks (Les Tas du Pois d'Amont), at Jerbourg, Guernsey.

Le Havre des Moies towards the Pea Stacks (Les Tas du Pois d'Amont), at Jerbourg, Guernsey. - © Tim Harvey


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Les Burons, from Creux Harbour, Sark, Channel Islands.

Les Burons, from Creux Harbour, Sark, Channel Islands. - © Tim Harvey


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Concrete, rocks, and distant lighthouse, L'Eree Bay, Guernsey. / 2016-05-01

Concrete, rocks, and distant lighthouse, L'Eree Bay, Guernsey. - © Tim Harvey


La Valette bathing pools, on the east coast of Guernsey.

La Valette bathing pools, on the east coast of Guernsey. - © Tim Harvey


The upper pier at Portelet, on the south west coast of Guernsey.

The upper pier at Portelet, on the south west coast of Guernsey. - © Tim Harvey


The moorings at Fermain Bay on the east coast of Guernsey, Channel Islands.

The moorings at Fermain Bay on the east coast of Guernsey, Channel Islands. - © Tim Harvey


High tide at Rocquaine Bay, and the Imperial Hotel, on the South West coast of Guernsey.

High tide at Rocquaine Bay, and the Imperial Hotel, on the South West coast of Guernsey. - © Tim Harvey


Tim is a photographer based on the Channel Island of Guernsey who focuses on creating fine art images in the coastal environment.
Having grown up, and living, only a few hundred meters from the sea the coastal environment has always had a big influence on Tim, with its beauty and power holding a deep fascination for him. Influenced by the large tidal ranges of his home shore Tim is particularly attracted to the coastal boundaries of the sea, where the dynamic interplay between land and water creates an ever changing and intricate world distinct from both open ocean and land.