A trip to Fota Wildlife Park in Cork is always pleasure. Fota is two and a half hour drive from our house through some varied landscape, including the flat area around the Curragh and the Galtee range of mountains in Tipperary. For this trip I brought my Lumix LX100, as I was with a non photographer. The Park has made a number of improvements since I was there last, a couple of years ago. This includes a butterfly enclosure, that also houses frogs, fish and jellyfish. The only shot below that was not shot through Glass is the Kangaroo, as she was wandering free around the Park with her minder. The minder was there to make sure that nobody would try to to pet her. The Park presently has four Cheetah Cubs, I saw them, but, they were curled up with their Mum in a sunbeam, so I did not have an opportunity to take a photo of them.