The Guardian recently shared the astounding work of Sergey Gorshkov and his discovery of a treehugger in the woods:
“It took Russian photographer Sergey Gorshkov 11 months to capture the moment using hidden cameras. His patience led to him being named 2020 wildlife photographer of the year by the Duchess of Cambridge at a ceremony at London’s Natural History Museum.
“The image was selected from more than 49,000, with Roz Kidman Cox, the chair of the judging panel, calling the photograph ‘a unique glimpse of an intimate moment deep in a magical forest.'”
If you haven’t seen this Wildlife Photography 2020 award-winning photo, it’s not to be missed.
See the photo in The Guardian here.