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I’d forgotten I had these of khorazir and @eyes-like-the-afghan-night-sky on the drive too. Amusing second photo when a loud bang was heard coming from the direction of the National Gallery.
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I really must get the final photos from the cosplay photoshoot posted here when I have time. Until then, have a shot of khorazir and eyes-like-the-afghan-night-sky in Trafalgar square with St Martin in the Fields in the background. I thought it was me having problems with the angles of buildings there but it seems even the professionals got into the same trouble.
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Totally freaked out the chap on the Lincoln RSPB stall today when I got a fit of the giggles at the juxtaposition of these two soft toys. I did not tell him why I found them so amusing, but I did snap this photo.
Et enfin, j’ai accès à la version doublée en français de la série trois de Sherlock. Maintenant, le travail commencer. Enfin, je peux être libre de MM Cumberbatch et Freeman.
Il ya quelques belles bandes-annonces de France quatre et même une entrevue avec M. Morvan et M. Piera sur YouTube. Beaucoup pour moi de jouer avec! Maintenant tout ce que j’ai à faire est de trouver quelques autres versions doublées. Je suis curieux de voir ce que les Russes ont fait - ils le font toujours le travail impeccable.
Colours meme: Dark purple for Gloom
(Dark purple is associated with sad feelings and it may cause frustration. The Greeks compared dark purple with the sea, for its depth, strength and nobility. It’s often used also to evoke romantic and nostalgic feelings.)
That may well be the case, but we know Sherlock lighting people have this fixation with purple gels and have had it since Series One. That colour keeps popping up all over the place, even the plane tree at the end of Gower Street got The Purple Treatment in an early episode and so did Benedict.
While I am thinking about it, I’m not even sure I posted these when we got flooded. khorazir will recognise Station Square at the bottom of the High Street where we stood eating our ice creams today. The second photo has the station in the distance.
Last day in Suffolk (and Norfolk), sadly. Cycled up to Norwich via Diss to meet @quarryquest. Saw the Green Man, a green dragon and the peregrine falcons at the cathedral, and some old stone markers next to the road.
We also had a yummy lunch at my favourite Japanese restaurant in Norwich. khorazir came back with me to the edge of nowhere (aka Lowestoft!) on the train so she could see where the December floods came up to on the high street.
Sally Donovan in The Sign of Three
First time really drawing Sally. I hope I did her justice. She was so radiant and happy in TSoT. I need an entire show of just her and Lestrade being amazing cops together.
I keep hoping that one day, after many shared cases and much mutual struggling for the truth, we’ll see Sally look Sherlock in the eye and say “We’re not jealous of you at Scotland Yard…” I would gladly watch a whole series (hah!) of Sherlock with Donovan in the traditional Scotland Yard role, head-to-head with Holmes.
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Being on the Asperger’s Spectrum means I have problem with certain actors (or even any actor) being ubiquitous. Although they may well be playing different parts and being different characters, unless they are very clever an actor’s own gestures and posture often bleed through. I tend interact with people at a body language level (I don’t really read faces) and once I have seen one thing in one performance of character I cannot unsee it in another.
I am presuming Benedict is using the fist-to-mouth position (which humans often use unconsciously when they are stressed and in need of comfort) to show both these characters’ insecurities.
Also for another thought; did either of these characters suck their thumbs as a child, and for that matter, now we are thinking about it, did their actor?
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Pasque flowers (Pulsatilla vulgaris) growing at Barnack Holes and Hills nature reserve in Cambridgeshire.
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