There’s an east wind coming.
This is jaw-droppingly brilliant.
Newsflash: You continue to inspire the holy mother of pearl out of me. I am a suspicious person who apparently needs a pony. And I seem to have A SHERLOCK BOOK available for pre-order.
~ Read more: AO3
Happy accident? I don’t know how else to explain this finding. So, enjoy.
I was tickled to run across the top image and notice the resemblance. The context is different, but the expressions and dialogue are identical.
Ours is not to wonder why, ours is to smile, wave, and call it Nigel. [X]
Brice Creek, outside Cottage Grove, Oregon, USA
Gorgeous. Magical. Thank you VeggieZombiex.
“‘Practical Handbook of Bee Culture, with some Observations upon the Segregation of the Queen.’ Alone I did it. Behold the fruit of pensive nights and laborious days, when I watched the little working gangs as once I watched the criminal world of London.”
Sherlock in a
bearbeeskin hat from The Sign of Three;
Shut. The fuck. Up.
Namaste, I’m just going to straight-forward say that I am not noticing the Oreos and milk (yes I am) or your fine long self (yes I am), I’m going to get right to the point that I am noticing (I hope) that your, uh, point, may be a little tiny bit dewy if that wee tiny dot on those lovely knickers is, you know, that.
In my mind it is. Times a billion.
She looked perfectly into the camera
she looked perfectly into eternity u mean
Bilbo + Smaug
I couldn’t sleep last night so I doodled this and colored it later. I think my art tag needs some Hobbit stuff (◡‿◡✿)
It’s #Sherlock Saturday !
My favourite shot of Benedict
- drugs used by both ADC Holmes and BBC Sherlock
- the effects of cocaine on the brain,
- the physiology of addiction,
- how the brain motivates us and why Sherlock, in particularly, is more prone to addiction. It puts a whole new spin on the words “I need a case.”
If you ever wondered why Sherlock behaves so erratically between cases - brain biochemistry has already provided us with the answer.
Sherlock did not mean to be a big baby that terrible November. As a matter of fact he tried suffering in a noble, they-make-statues-lauding-you-after type of silence.
But when Sherlock gets the flu, Sherlock’s joints fill with broken glass and even a hairbrush makes his skin hive up sore. Which is why…