Over the last week or so I’ve been filing through the exorbitant amount of content from the last trip. It’s around 100gb worth, which is just too much haha. I need to get better at being more selective and less trigger happy. I struggle to show restraint 😬! While I took a load of stills this trip, I focused more so on the video side of things and I can’t wait to share the clip I’m putting together! Lots of work to do on it still but I’m finding myself watching it over and over again... getting high on my own supply haha.
There’s a long weekend in this part of the world so maybe some more time to lock myself away to get more of it done. However, spring is well and truly here! It’s 25 degrees outside and the lure of getting into the water and surf may overcome the desire to play with screens.
Anyway, stay tuned! Video coming soon(ish) and I’ll be posting it on my YouTube channel (which needs a whole lot of work) but I’ll share links etc when it’s there :) This pic taken on our last morning. Waking in the port of Palau Balai. It was warm, but not overly humid with a steady breeze blowing over the little town as it started rising for the day. This was about 630am. Leaving these places is so hard!
The hornbills (Bucerotidae) are a family of bird found in tropical and subtropical Africa, Asia and Melanesia. They are characterized by a long, down-curved bill which is frequently brightly colored and sometimes has a casque on the upper mandible. Both the common English and the scientific name of the family refer to the shape of the bill, "buceros" being "cow horn" in Greek. Hornbills have a two-lobed kidney. They are the only birds in which the first and second neck vertebrae (the atlas and axisrespectively) are fused together; this probably provides a more stable platform for carrying the bill. The family is omnivorous, feeding on fruit and small animals. They are monogamous breeders nesting in natural cavities in trees and sometimes cliffs. A number of species of hornbill are threatenedwith extinction, mostly insular species with small ranges.
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