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When it's *not* bigger on the inside...
The Weasleys taking a stroll through the snow. Well, except for Charlie — he’s holding on for dear life!
*Remus and Tonks losing Teddy in a crowded place*
"What does your son look like?"
Harry liked this clock. It was completely useless if you wanted to know the time, but otherwise very informative. It had nine golden hands, and each of them was engraved with one of the Weasley family’s names. There were no numerals around the face, but descriptions of where each family member might be. “home”, “school” and “work” were there, but there was also “traveling”, “lost”, “hospital”, “prison” and in the position where the number twelve would be on a normal clock, “mortal peril”.
My favourite part in Order of the Phoenix is when Harry and Sirius are playing hide and seek in the Ministry and Sirius is being silly behind the veil then he jumps out at Harry like “Haha found you!” and then they laugh and high five and go out for ice cream at Fortescue’s.
Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game (x)
Hi-Res ! 2014 10 09 - Museum Of London ’ Sherlock Holmes - The Man Who Never Lived and will Never Die ’ by Matt Alexander
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[ Karin says : ] Did you know that John Watson was originally to be called Ormond Sacker ?
Caption : Conservator Melina Plottu prepares a Belstaff coat worn by Benedict Cumberbatch in the popular Sherlock television series, ahead of the opening of the Sherlock Holmes exhibition, which opens to the public on Friday 17 October, at the Museum of London. Issue date: Thursday October 9, 2014. The exhibition will be the largest of its kind for over 60 years, drawing on the museum’s Victorian and Edwardian collection and bringing together Sherlock Holmes material from across the globe. Several key international loans, such as a turn-of-the-century portrait of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and a bust of Sherlock Holmes, both of which are from the Sherlock Holmes Museum in Switzerland, will be on display in the exhibition, which runs from Friday 17 October 2014 to Sunday 12 April 12 2015. Matt Alexander
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