London’s National History Museum just announced the winner of the 2014 Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year–and the title-winning photographer hasn’t even hit the double digits yet. Nine-year-old Carlos Perez Naval from Spain wowed the judges with his extraordinary nature shots taken from around the world. From macro close-ups to bugs to closely cropped shots of exotic big cats, Naval started snapping away at age four while on trips with his world-traveling parents and he hasn’t stopped honing his craft since. Click on the link to see his breathtaking photographs.