In the darkening skies of dusk, a bird perched in a tree along the beach. I don't know what type of bird it was. We most commonly see pelicans, but this is not a pelican. Its posture makes it look like a bird of prey, but we do not usually see them along the beach. If they eat geckos or crabs, night would be a good time to perch on the beach.
The bird is the shape of a heron, and we do see herons and egrets on the beach from time to time, usually looking for fish.
This week we have photos of the architecture of Cambodia posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.