About – Tim Bird


Over the last decade of travel writing and photography, I’ve acquired an enormous archive of travel photography from all over the world, from New York to Namibia and from Helsinki (my home in Finland for the last 30 years) to Hong Kong. In Six Picks I’ll be presenting themed examples, each week and half a dozen at a time. It seems like a concise, effective way to share some shots – six of the best – that otherwise might not see the light of day, as well as to redistribute some of my favourite material.

I am English freelance writer and photographer Tim Bird. Most of the images I’m going to show you were produced for selections for magazine articles, while others were taken for a series of private projects. Some were published, others have been restlessly awaiting their turn to appear for the first time in public.

Just a note to ask visitors to respect copyright, which remains mine for all images.

If you’d like to see more of my constantly expanding archive and to find out a little more about me and my work, visit my web site at www.timbirdphotography.com .

I’d love to hear from you with your feedback and comments – please use the contact form below to get in touch. If you’d like to make an approach about commissions or the publication of any images shown here, you can reach me by using the form. You can find all other contact info on my website.

I’ve got another blog – Bird’s Eye View – for less regular entries pontificating on travel subjects, journeys, encounters and destinations: click here to visit Bird’s Eye View.

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Thanks for dropping by and I hope you’ll call again if you’ve enjoyed your visit.

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