I live near a small zoo, whose leafy paths make for a pleasant evening stroll.
My challenge tonight was to use just one manual lens of a fixed focal length. This meant all interesting creatures more than a few metres away or those moving at any speed were not going to get captured. There could be no classic watch-meerkat-on-a-rock shot against the sky tonight, no red panda in the trees, no jumping monkeys (just trust me, they were very cute), and entire animal kingdoms who remained at the back of their enclosures could not be photographed.
On the other hand, having to take the time to frame and focus each shot probably improved the ones I did take. Except for the kiwi: my camera isn’t quite up to taking photos in the dark (or rather, the very red light has odd effects on the sensor), but it was still lovely to see a kiwi close up and active.
Shot with an A6000, and a Super-Takumar 50mm/f1.4 lens, mostly with the lens wide open.