Print: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 - Perfect Balance
Add some beauty to your home with a stunning Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 exhibition print.
Andrés had seen stonechats hunting insects in a meadow near his home. So he asked his father to drive him there in order to use the car as a hiding place for taking photographs. Looking through an open window, he watched this particular stonechat perch on a plant. As the bird maintained perfect balance, Andrés made the perfect frame.
The stonechat is a small bird with a call that sounds like two stones tapping together, hence its name. It is widespread throughout the heaths and bogs of southern Europe, feeding on insects, seeds and fruit like blackberries. Some – including the one pictured – are resident all year round, while others fly to northern Africa for winter.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020
© Andrés Luis Dominguez Blanco (Spain)
10 Years and Under | Highly Commended
About the Photographer:
Andrés has liked nature for a long time and started taking pictures a few years ago, especially of birds. He has won several international awards and has had two photo exhibitions in schools in his city in 2019 and 2020.
35.5 x 28 cm (includes 1cm white border around image)
Made exclusively for our Wildlife Photographer of the Year partners the Natural History Museum