Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, took a turn on the other side of the photographers' lens during her visit to Southeast Asia with Prince William in September.
Seven photos taken by the duchess during the royal couple's tour of the Research Station at Danum Valley in Borneo, Malaysia, were published Wednesday on their newly revamped website.
The images include an orangutan, tree-covered hills, a jungle clearing and a flyover shot of a palm oil plantation.
William and Kate, both 30, embarked on the trip to Singapore, Malaysia, the Solomon Islands and Tuvalu to mark Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee.
On Tuesday, the website posted photos of William showing his working life as a Royal Air Force search-and-rescue pilot. Those images wereover security concerns, but were later reissued.
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