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Betty Nagy-Czirok | Betty’s focus gets rewarded

Bosch associate, Betty Nagy-Czirok, loves taking photos and she is clearly a natural, having won recognition and praise from National Geographic.

Betty Nagy-Czirok taking a photo

Striving for excellence in her role as a Project Administrator is a mind-set Betty Nagy-Czirok also applies away from work, in pursuing her passion for photography.


After appreciating photos taken by other people for a long time, Betty decided three years ago that she would like to try and capture some scenes, atmospheres, or emotions herself.


Betty obviously has a natural talent for photography as her photos were selected as editor’s favourites in the National Geographic’s online assignment entitled ‘Eye Spy’!

A selection of Betty’s photos

Closed eye through a key hole
Closed eye through a key hole
Open eye through a key hole
Open eye through a key hole
Person through a key hole
Person through a key hole
Robin on a branch
Robin on a branch
cello
Cello
Men riding horses
Men riding horses

Asher Jay, the National Geographic’s photo editor had this to say:

“The space around the keyhole creates this gorgeous negative space that further emphasize the eye that is open, closed, and searching. Lovely!”