men in trees and birds that aren't

I watched the second episode of Men in Trees last night--the new ABC show starring Anne Heche--and liked it a lot better than the debut I saw on Tuesday. I don't know if it's got the legs to last the season but it's getting off to a pretty good start here. The supporting cast, which is slowly being introduced, is interesting and should add enough substance to the show to keep the momentum going.

As a contrast, here's some birds that aren't in trees. They're attacking the seeds on a plant that's just off of my back deck. I took the picture yesterday when I came home after work.

Comments

Jean-Luc Picard said…
A wonderful nature picture; well taken.

Michele sent me here.
indigo said…
Hope you've been able to kick that cold. I heard about that new series, Men In Trees - hope it makes it to our shores. I guess it's Alaska setting reminds me of Northern Exposure which I loved. Is this as quirky as NE?

I have to ask...why do you have a "Support Denmark Freedom of Speech" icon on your site? Just curious.

Here from Michele!! Have a good weekend!!
Dee said…
I just got over the cold too and my daughter has it. It is very nasty this year for some reason. all this weird weather, I think. Love this pic....
Teresa said…
I recorded Men In Trees... I'll probably watch it tomorrow night after TAR. The show definitely needs some supporting cast members, so hopefully that'll help. I'll try it for a few weeks -- there's nothing else on anyway. :-)

I don't have birds attacking my seeding plants... for some reason these little flies (little as in baby, not that they are generally little fly-type things) on mine. I've no idea what the attraction is. I think they are just confused.
Blond Girl said…
What a great photo! Totally captivating. As for men in trees, I've hardly seen any TV, so I hadn't even heard about it...
Thumper said…
I debated watching Men In Trees...I finally decided against it, which means it's going to turn out to be super good, and I'll have missed the boat on yet another good show...

Here via Michele's tonight!
Carmi said…
I love this picture. You have a unique talent for capturing beauty in nature.

I need to spend more time staring at my back yard.
Mesothelioma said…
Two Slugs making love. That is very interesting. How long did it take to get those photos?
panthergirl said…
Slug-love.... aaawwwww!!!

I had to skip over your TAR recap because I'm still watching it, TiVOd from last night!

Here via michele today, bud!

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