Weekly Photo: Suzi Eszterhas

Happy Monday everybody. Gosh, I feel so tired, but never mind that, because I have an amazing person to show you all. Someone who will, hopeful, turn your Monday frown upside down. Welcome, Suzi Eszterhas!

Suzi Eszterhas is an award-winning wildlife photographer best known for her work documenting newborn animals and family life in the wild.Her photographs have been published in over 100 magazine cover and feature stories in publications such as TIME, Smithsonian, BBC Wildlife, GEO, Popular Photography, Ranger Rick, and National Geographic Kids.

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As an author, Suzi has nine books in print with another four in progress. She’s been a busy bee for sure, hasn’t she?

Untitled-1.jpgSuzi’s series of children’s books, Eye on the Wild, follows the lives of wild baby animals from birth to adulthood. Her new book series, Wildlife Rescue, debuts in late 2015. Her books have been featured on GoodMorningAmerica.com and TodayShow.com.

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And as you can see in her works, she has a great talent for photography. Her shots are amazing down to the core. If you would like to find out more about her or simply view her website, from which I have gathered the information about her here, you can visit her site. I have added it to her name in the very beginning.

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As for the next time when we see each other, the post will be a complete surprise. To me most, since I haven’t really decided who to put in the spotlight yet, so to say.

Therefore, here is where I leave you to enjoy your browsing!

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