Zoom Photography by Donna Robinson

I started this blog a few months ago as a place to share my photography with others and to also sharpen my writing skills.   You see, I’ve been in Corporate America for a long, long time so I’m a little rusty when it comes to “creative writing” or finding the time to do something with my passion for photography.

A friend of mine and fellow blogger, Janet Berridge (check out her blog at Spanish Moss Series) gave me the inspiration to try my hand at it.  So, here I am a few months into this with a personal commitment of writing one blog per month.  I was doing fairly well until June came around and I just couldn’t quite get one completed (although I have several drafts started).  I’m hoping that through Blogging 101 I can learn a few things which will help me to improve my blogging experience.

With that, thank you for stopping by and checking out my site.  Here, you’ll find my bio, a few blogs I’ve written about St. Simons Island, Ga and a glimpse into some of my photography, of which the following are a few of my recent favorites.

Dusk on St. Simons Island with Sidney Lanier Bridge in the background

Dusk on St. Simons Island with Sidney Lanier Bridge in the background

Walk on the beach at low tide

Walk on the beach at low tide. East Beach,            St. Simons Island

Sunrise over the St. Simons Island Lighthouse

Sunrise over the St. Simons Island Lighthouse

I still have some work to do in building out my site and blogging skills, so please pardon “the dust.”

Until next time……..Donna

2 thoughts on “Zoom Photography by Donna Robinson

  1. Nice photos! I actually used to live in the Brunswick, St. Simons Island area. I love your photo of the birds on East Beach.

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