About

I’m a passionate photographer who loves to be in the outdoors exploring God’s creation!

I’ve been blessed to grow up in the Perth Hills of Western Australia and have a strong connection with the bush! Planning my next adventure is never far from my thoughts but it’s always tough choosing where to go – north into who knows what, east into the wheatbelt and goldfields or south to explore the karri, jarrah and tingle forests or the many epic beaches! I’ve got a soft spot for the southwest though with it’s many crazy beach-breaks and rugged coastline!

Currently living in Alberta, Canada, I’m now looking forward to exploring this great country and capturing some of the landscapes and wildlife it has on offer.

I’ve been able to buy some good quality camera gear which helps to capture the photographic opportunities I am lucky to come across. I currently shoot with a Canon 7D body and Tokina 11-16mm F/2.8, Canon 50mm F/1.8 and Canon 400mm F/5.6 lenses. I also use Cokin filters which have been awesome, but now I’m sadly down to 2 after cracking one in NZ!

Aside from photography, I love getting out to ride my bike on epic singletrack, the challenge fishing brings and the hunt to find a good campsite to roll out the swag and enjoy a fire!

I hope you enjoy my photos as much as I do taking them!

Timothy Sargent

Psalm 19:1 ~ “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands.”

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4 Responses to About

  1. Collyn Gawned says:

    Is it possible to obtain a print of your shot of spring blooms in the Stirling Ranges looking towards Bluff Knoll and further Westward? I would hazard a guess the shot was taken from somewhere on the descent from Moongoongoonderup Hill travelling away from Isongerup Peak. This is a favourite part of my world and the flowers make the view even more spectacular.

    • Hi Collyn,

      I would love to supply a print of this image to you – please send me an email at timothyrsargent@gmail.com to discuss further! From memory, this was taken after the ascent of Moongoongoonderup Hill traveling towards Isongerup Peak on the way to Ellen’s Peak. Sure is a beautiful part of this state and awesome when the wildflowers are in full colour!

      Cheers,
      Tim

  2. Sue Robinson says:

    I would also be interested in a copy

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