9 Year-Old Boy From Spain Wins ‘Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year’

Indeed, there are no limits to what kids can achieve even at such a young age in today’s world. Case in point, the 2014 Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year Grand Winner, Carlos Perez Naval, a 9 year-old boy from Spain.

Carlos’ parents are avid travellers and have always brought him along on several trips. He started taking random photos of nature at age 4 with just a compact camera, and have since then upgraded to professional camera equipment.

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Carlos won the grand prize for his photo entitled “Stinger in the Sun,” which features a close-up shot of a scorpion set against a beautiful sunlit background. And at the event, which was organised by the National History Museum in London, Carlos was then awarded by the Duchess of Cambridge herself.

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Stinger In The Sun — Winner 2014

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Check out more of Carlos’ amazing and remarkable photos below and from his personal blog:

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Source: via boredpanda