Day 94 – Animal Shapes

21 05 2009
One of the ducklings at the amazing Streamvale Farm.  Click on the photo to see the rest of the animal portraits

One of the ducklings at the amazing Streamvale Farm. Click on the photo to see the rest of the animal portraits

Nothing much to report today except that we took a trip up to Helens house, aka Streamvale Farm. I love going up every time and helen is always more than happy to show us about and let me take photos of the animals.  This time of year (or even sooner) is the best time to go and see new lambs, chicks, ducklings and pups.  I urge anyone in the greater belfast area to take a trip up.  Absolute bargain for a day out in my opinion.  If you want to check out any of the other animal portraits taken last night you can click on the above picture.

Another point:  If you have one of these balls at home you have to try this out:

For all USA tv fans:  ABC have 10 new tv pilots airing this autumn and ill be honest,  a lot of them look very good!  Ive put in bold the ones that im really excited about and you can click on any of them for more info or click here to watch preview clips from all 10 shows.  Heres what we got:


V – The world awakens to find spaceships hovering over all major cities. Though the aliens claim to come in peace, some do not believe them. Starring Elizabeth Mitchell (Thats Juilette to all you Lost fans!)


Cougar Town
– sitcom by Bill Lawrence, creator of scrubs. Stars Courtney Cox as a recently divorced 40 year old single mum.


Flash Forward – People wake up from a black out, and come to the realisation that the vision they had whilst being out is from the future. Joseph Fiennes stars.


The Deep End – New legal drama starring Tina Majorino


The Forgotten – From famous producer Jerry Bruckheimer, Detectives try to solve Jane/John Doe deaths. Each episode is narrated by a “body” who watches the team as they pursue the tantalizingly difficult challenge of figuring out who this victim once was.


Hank – New comedy starring Kelsey Grammer.


Happy Town – A deputy sheriff is confronted with the unsolved mystery of a half-dozen child kidnappings over the past decade in a small town in Minnesota.


The Middle – Looks like a new Malcolm In The Middle (not a good thing!). Stars Patricia Heaton of Everybody Loves Raymond fame (she played Rays wife) and the janitor from Scrubs as her husband.


Modern Family – The series will follow the everyday lives of a modern day American family, each with different backgrounds, as they are taped by a Dutch documentary crew, who is using them as the subject of a reality-based television series that will air in The Netherlands. Looks fantastic!


Eastwick – Television adaption of the 1987 film The Witches of Eastwick. Stars Rebecca Romijn (Mystique from X-Men, or you might know her from Ugly Betty).





2 responses

21 05 2009

Shall I start calling you Ciaran Ausiello? 😛

The full upfront “V” trailer is now online – – It looks pretty good!

22 05 2009
Stephen Barnes

Oh! Man! You’re serious? A remake of ‘V’? I loved that show when I was younger, particularly Diana (as she was called then). Mmmmmmm

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