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Portraits by: Laura Enrech

1 hour ago on August 29th | J | 3,726 notes

tantamoq:

it's been a long, long time since i memorized your face
it's been four hours now since i've wandered through your place
and when i sleep on your couch i feel very safe
and when you bring the blankets i cover up my face, i do
love you
6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 312 notes
Tagged as: #homo and vir 

Simon, Rick + parallels

6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 1,908 notes
A source, a source, my kingdom for a source.
Ancient Shakespearean proverb (via penguintim)
6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 138 notes

francesca-wayland:

GIVEAWAY!

The item: As featured in A Scandal in Begravia, Sherlock’s Woburn 8 dressing gown in navy blue satin-silk stripe, by Derek Rose.

"The Woburn is a pure silk men’s dressing gown with a satin stripe design, featuring a shawl collar, breast pocket and two side pockets. One of our most popular classic robes, the Woburn epitomises timeless, refined elegance, striking the perfect balance between luxury and simplicity. We think it makes the perfect sleepwear add-on for any gentleman’s wardrobe."

Item details: It is a size Large, and has only been worn once, when I tried it on for several minutes. It will come packaged in its original box and ribbon. 

Giveaway details:

-  Likes, comments, and reblogs all count, but you must be following me. Only one reblog will count - your first one.

- You must be willing to disclose an address where I can send the item, should you win.

- On that note, I’ll need to notify the winner so make sure your ask boxes are open (or will be open). I will give the winner 48 hours to respond before I pick another winner. If necessary I will continue in this manner until I reach someone.

- I will pick the winner using an online random number generator.

- I will do that at the very end of this month: midnight BST on the 1st of September.

- I will do international shipping. 

- No giveaway blogs, please. I reserve the right to delete entries from these types of blogs.

This is my first giveaway so if I’ve left out any pertinent information, let me know and I’ll do my best to fix it!

Good luck :)

PS If the winner is so inclined, I’ll also include this sealed bottle of Jessica nail varnish in the color 222 Winter Berries, which is what Lara Pulver wore as Irene Adler in this episode.



6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 2,616 notes
sky-blue-thoughts:

For lesmis69minprompts : Day 1 - Favourite character
So yes, 69 minutes are shorter than I expected but here we go. I chose Montparnasse today (because my sketchbook is already full of Jehans and Combeferres). 

sky-blue-thoughts:

For lesmis69minprompts : Day 1 - Favourite character

So yes, 69 minutes are shorter than I expected but here we go. I chose Montparnasse today (because my sketchbook is already full of Jehans and Combeferres). 

6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 19 notes
pilferingapples:

The 69 minute challenge today was Favorite Scene, which, wow, EMBARRASSMENT OF CHOICES. But this is one I’ve somehow never drawn?!? HOW IT’S ONE OF MY FAVORITE THINGS IN THE WHOLE STORY, Gavroche and Bahorel tearing up the streets and smashing stuff apart FOR JUSTICE (and the sheer joy of smashing I mean let’s be real).

pilferingapples:

The 69 minute challenge today was Favorite Scene, which, wow, EMBARRASSMENT OF CHOICES. But this is one I’ve somehow never drawn?!? HOW IT’S ONE OF MY FAVORITE THINGS IN THE WHOLE STORY, Gavroche and Bahorel tearing up the streets and smashing stuff apart FOR JUSTICE (and the sheer joy of smashing I mean let’s be real).

6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 80 notes

benshaws:

Pretty sure Kieren isn’t the one under a spell.

6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 2,934 notes
juanjoltaire:

Prompt 2 for the Les Mis 69 minute thing, which was to draw your fave scene. Enjolras and Grantaire’s moment on the edge of glory, put on your shades cuz I’ll be dancing in the flames, etc. It happened exactly like this there is nothing different about what I have drawn.

juanjoltaire:

Prompt 2 for the Les Mis 69 minute thing, which was to draw your fave scene. Enjolras and Grantaire’s moment on the edge of glory, put on your shades cuz I’ll be dancing in the flames, etc. It happened exactly like this there is nothing different about what I have drawn.

6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 162 notes
redthepear:

Les Mis 69 min challenge, day 3: your fav pairing VALVERT FOREVER

redthepear:

Les Mis 69 min challenge, day 3: your fav pairing
VALVERT FOREVER

6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 13 notes
Tagged as: #valvert 

unhooking-the-stars:

Favorite scene in the brick was probably eponine’s daughter of a wolf speech.
I’m stuck in the office of my moms school, I made use of the children’s markers and ancient white out pens around me.

6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 129 notes
juanjoltaire:

Jumping a day late into yesterday’s Les Mis 69 minute prompt for drawing your fave character (although I didn’t actually keep track of time but it felt about an hourish). Grantaire is mine, no surprise . I’m so happy I got a new tablet pen in the mail today, mine broke on Sunday. Huzzah!

juanjoltaire:

Jumping a day late into yesterday’s Les Mis 69 minute prompt for drawing your fave character (although I didn’t actually keep track of time but it felt about an hourish). Grantaire is mine, no surprise . I’m so happy I got a new tablet pen in the mail today, mine broke on Sunday. Huzzah!

6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 201 notes
Tagged as: #grantaire 
cumberbum:

cumberbum:

[x]

"Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is in talks to bring his stage Hamlet to the screen. The play begins performances at the Barbican next year, and negotiations for it to be filmed live and shown in cinemas through National Theatre Live for one night are well advanced.
The actor, along with the production’s director Lyndsey Turner and producer Sonia Friedman, has spent more than a year ensuring that this will be a ‘people’s Hamlet’.
‘I felt very strongly that as wide an audience as possible should have access to it,’ Cumberbatch told me.
The Barbican’s allocation of seats for the entire 12-week run, which starts on August 5 next year, have been snapped up already.
But there will be 100 seats available per performance. ‘They will be sprinkled throughout the house … they’re not behind pillars,’ the 38-year-old joked.
He said that he and Ms Turner were eager to make their Hamlet as ‘fresh’ as possible, ‘like a new play that just landed as a pdf in someone’s computer inbox at the Royal Court’, as he described it.
‘We want to escape the idea that it has been done before, and we’re looking at the whole play — not just the eponymous hero.’
Benedict is a thespian polymath. There’s no role he cannot take on.
We had met to discuss another of his projects: a towering portrait — one of the great performances of the year — of Alan Turing, the man who helped break the Nazi’s Enigma code, in the film The Imitation Game.
Watching the movie, I was struck by his approach to Turing: the way he grasped and captured the man, not just the cliched genius. The film is all the more heartbreaking because of it.
The Imitation Game shows how the boundaries of class and status were broken by the disparate group gathered at Bletchley Park.
‘That was an incredible, rag-tag group of brave, stoic, quiet heroes,’ Cumberbatch marvelled.
‘I say rag-tag, in the sense that they were mathematicians, physicists, crossword enthusiasts … really anyone who had an intellect and a prowess that might help solve this puzzle.
‘Turing may have had eccentric behaviour; he may have had certain tropes of being different, but this was a whole team of “different” people, brought together in a crisis.’
The star said that Turing was guileless about his sexuality. ‘When he was arrested by the police he told them outright that he’d had a sexual relationship with another man.
‘He just gave them the information, and the sad thing was that he’d been with a rent boy. He’d never had a stable relationship’.’ [x]

cumberbum:

cumberbum:

[x]

"Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is in talks to bring his stage Hamlet to the screen. The play begins performances at the Barbican next year, and negotiations for it to be filmed live and shown in cinemas through National Theatre Live for one night are well advanced.

The actor, along with the production’s director Lyndsey Turner and producer Sonia Friedman, has spent more than a year ensuring that this will be a ‘people’s Hamlet’.

‘I felt very strongly that as wide an audience as possible should have access to it,’ Cumberbatch told me.

The Barbican’s allocation of seats for the entire 12-week run, which starts on August 5 next year, have been snapped up already.

But there will be 100 seats available per performance. ‘They will be sprinkled throughout the house … they’re not behind pillars,’ the 38-year-old joked.

He said that he and Ms Turner were eager to make their Hamlet as ‘fresh’ as possible, ‘like a new play that just landed as a pdf in someone’s computer inbox at the Royal Court’, as he described it.

‘We want to escape the idea that it has been done before, and we’re looking at the whole play — not just the eponymous hero.’

Benedict is a thespian polymath. There’s no role he cannot take on.

We had met to discuss another of his projects: a towering portrait — one of the great performances of the year — of Alan Turing, the man who helped break the Nazi’s Enigma code, in the film The Imitation Game.

Watching the movie, I was struck by his approach to Turing: the way he grasped and captured the man, not just the cliched genius. The film is all the more heartbreaking because of it.

The Imitation Game shows how the boundaries of class and status were broken by the disparate group gathered at Bletchley Park.

‘That was an incredible, rag-tag group of brave, stoic, quiet heroes,’ Cumberbatch marvelled.

‘I say rag-tag, in the sense that they were mathematicians, physicists, crossword enthusiasts … really anyone who had an intellect and a prowess that might help solve this puzzle.

‘Turing may have had eccentric behaviour; he may have had certain tropes of being different, but this was a whole team of “different” people, brought together in a crisis.’

The star said that Turing was guileless about his sexuality. ‘When he was arrested by the police he told them outright that he’d had a sexual relationship with another man.

‘He just gave them the information, and the sad thing was that he’d been with a rent boy. He’d never had a stable relationship’.’ [x]

6 hours ago on August 28th | J | 1,228 notes