Imgiebah Bay, Malta the beautiful

9T2A1639Winter time now but during the summer this little beach is a quiet dream like sanctuary aided by its near inaccessibility. Many happy hours swimming and leisurely floating in that clear sea.

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Author: timlewis77

Working as a sound recordist, camera operator, video editor, photographer, production manager and writer, Tim Lewis produces documentary films for a wide range of international charities, government agencies and the arts sector. His experience as a freelancer also includes broadcast and corporate pieces, ranging from glossy celebrity portraits, small art promos and channel idents, to feature length documentaries for clients such as the BBC, Nat Geo, Discovery and Sky. His work has taken him to many difficult and challenging locations. Filming semi nomadic communities in the rainforests of Borneo, interviewing refugees on the Thai-Burma border, following civil rights campaigners through war torn Liberia and the Congo or climbing volcanoes and glaciers in Iceland. He is a co-director at Handcrafted Films Ltd. blog - http://timlewissoundcameraeditor.com/

3 thoughts on “Imgiebah Bay, Malta the beautiful”

    1. You must come one last time before we leave end of this summer. The sea here is amazing. One day last summer I went there late afternoon after a day of editing and admin, its a long drive up to the northern end of the island, you go down a few extremely narrow stone walled farm tracks, descending through an exquisite valley of small fields and olive groves, where if you meet oncoming traffic you have to reverse half a mile, then theres a footpath where you walk to the cliffs and then carefully walk down to the beach. That day I swam and swam, the water nearly as hot as the air, I lay on my back half way out and watched three eagles soar and play around the rock crags. I’ve been there the height of mid-summer where beaches nearby have thousands of people on them, and yet here there is usually a few locals and thats all. A treasure.

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