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Hello…I’m Yvonne. I’m a graphic designer who discovered a love for photography when my hubby gave me a point-and-shoot back in 2003. Several cameras and lenses later, I’m now using a Nikon D300. I have been showing my work locally (Lebanon, PA) and am always looking for new exhibition opportunities. I hope you enjoy my work. Please feel free to leave comments. I also love hearing about photo-op hidden treasures in the Central PA area.

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  • Age: 50
  • Joined: October 2008

Journal

Why I Shoot Abandoned Buildings

Why I Shoot Abandoned Buildings August 6, 2011 / by Yvonne E Roberts / www.yvonneroberts.com / This past Thursday evening, I attended a presentation at the State Museum of Pennsylvania given by photographer, Matthew Christopher Murray. The large body of his work, as showcased at www.abandonedamerica.org is of abandoned buildings. This is some of what I love to photogr…
Posted almost 4 years – 7 comments

Upcoming Show! Friday, February 4, 2011 - Lebanon, PA

If you are in the area, please come see my show at the Gallery at Lebanon Picture Frame and Fine art in Lebanon Pennsylvania. The opening is Febuary 4, 2011 from 5-8pm. / The Gallery at Lebanon Picture Frame & Fine Art / is located in Historical Downtown Lebanon, Pennsylvania. / 31South 8th Street, 3rd Floor / (above Lebanon Farmers Market) / Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042 / 717-279-7725 / Clic…
Posted over 4 years – 4 comments

Thank you ... 10,000+ Views!

Hello All! / I’m tickled to have reached a big milestone on RedBubble today, 10,000 views.I find so much inspiration here and I hope that you are finding my work pleasing and inspiring also and that is why you have blessed me with 10,000 views. / Keep posting your wonderful work that will keep me inspired to keep on snapping! / Thank you again! / Yvonne :-)
Posted over 4 years – 2 comments

Remember....

I used to be a big journal keeper. I had a diary for years … starting at age 10. I always wanted to leave something behind for posterity. This desire started at that young age. My thought had been to leave something behind for my own children to enjoy and cherish, or at the very least for them to gain a better understanding into how I became who I became. / A couple years ago, I all but gav…
Posted almost 5 years – 2 comments