I'd pretty much assumed we were going to see a Fiery Topaz. I'm not sure why, since it turns out they don't come to flowers (or presumably feeders either, though lowland hummingbird set-ups mold so quickly that I haven't been to many lowland locations with feeders), and according to the book are actually pretty rare.
So we were pretty fortunate on the 2nd full day's afternoon boat trip on a couple of levels. First of all, we stayed dry, which after the monsoon we'd experienced the first day was something just in and of itself. Second, we found a Topaz. Some people I think saw it pretty low down, but in glaring sun I wasn't able to pick it out until it flew up and teed up on a little branch.
The iridescent green throat patch was reminiscent of some of the Thornbills we've seen on previous trips.
I held on the birds long enough that my shoulders started knotting up hoping to capture the bronzy brick red upperparts
And while I may or may not have really captured the look I was going for, it did get added to the peeBird list!