I went to the Cotswold Wildlife Park at the weekend; my first trip to a 'zoo' since starting with digital photography with my D80. Wasn't sure what setting to use, so went for 'sport' in order to get sharp images with narrow dof. I wonder if aperture priority with auto iso enabled would have been a better choice? Also decided not to carry the tripod, but now wonder if a monopod would be a useful piece of kit for this type of photography? All images taken with my cheap Tamron 70-300. Anyway, here are six that I liked. Tell me what you think and where I could improve. Mike 1. Barn Owl 2. Meerkat on duty 3. Mother and kitten (if that's what you call a baby meerkat?) 4. Meerkat on duty 'having a rest' 5. Yellow mongoose on the lookout 6. These guys were so cute. Every time they saw new movement they raced aroud to get a better view. This one was staring at my daughter.