Today (November 21st), Clarence House featured seven photographs taken by the Duchess of Cambridge during a visit to the Research Station at Danum Valley, Borneo, Malaysia. The images show off one of Catherine’s favorite hobbies, and captured breathtaking views of Mt. Kinabalu, an endangered orangutan and other gorgeous examples of the Danum Valley landscape.
In 2007, Catherine curated her very first exhibit for celebrity photographer Alistair Morrison.
“She is very, very good, and it shows,” Morrison said at the exhibit, according to the Evening Standard. ”She takes very beautiful detailed photographs. She has a huge talent and a great eye. I’m sure she will go far.
“She approached me when she was at university to come and do a little bit of work with her and we’ve kept in touch. She came to my gallery (in Windsor, Berkshire) and we talked through some of her work. She was looking to get a little help. She’s very excited about the show. It’s great that most of her family and friends came to support her.”
Catherine also work as the photographer for her parents’ company, Party Pieces.
Yesterday (November 20th), the website posted photos the Duke of Cambridge at work as a search and rescue pilot with the Royal Air Force. The second-in-line is know at his RAF Valley office as Flight Lieutenant Wales, and his normal schedule requires him to be on duty for 24-hour shifts. According to Clarence House’s site, the crew must be no more than 60 seconds away from their aircraft when called on an emergency rescue.