I was Looking thru some old photos from a trip to Disneyland and identified the best ones as being taken from a "Kodak Photo Spot". Kodak, as the official photo supplier of Disney, hired some professional photographers to go around the park and identify (and possibly set up) locations that offered a professional photo opportunity that really showed off the park and any person you put in the photo. I believe these are now sponsored by Nikon. This got me wondering why zoos with all their beautiful scenery don't do more of this. It seems to me having thousands of people take pictures from the same place, showing off a zoo, then sharing with their friends, would be a very effective and cheap form of advertising. It works for Disney. I've taken photos from spots in some zoos that made me think this was "Kodak Photo Spot" but, nothing was marked in any way to identify it as a very good photo op. Does anyone know of any zoos or wildlife parks (outside of Disney Animal Kingdom) that mark locations for great photo opportunities for the public?