© accioloki

"What do I do?"

"You’ve already done it. Don’t solve the murder, save the life!"

bashermoriarty:

Andrew Scott draws Dominic West +

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All mysterious with your cheekbones…

sallydonovan:

"…the only friend I made during the two years I was at college."

Sherlock knew Sally in university - back when she went by the name of Victoria Trevor.

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dramatisecho:

I keep the wolf from the door. But he calls me up. Calls me on the phone. Tells me all the ways that he’s gonna mess me up.

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221beemine:

couldntpossiblycomment:

auburnrecluse:

joolaweed:

"Beautiful isn't it?"

THE FACT THAT IT LITERALLY JUST???? IS NOT POSSIBLE TO SEE EVEN REMOTELY CLOSE TO THAT MANY STARS IN THE CITY BUT THEY WROTE????????? THIS IN???????? ANYWAY?????????????

Look at the stars, look how they shine for you…

I scrolled my dash for like five minutes trying to find this again because I couldn’t stop thinking about it, because the effort that must have gone into attaching this shot to this scene.  

They either had to go off into the middle of nowhere to find somewhere that looked this magical to film, or they searched through tons of stock footage of stars to find the most epic one.  And then they either had to edit that wooden structure from their set into the sky footage, or they had to locate a set to film this from that looked like it could match the footage. They were just that freaking determined to get some insane romantic liquid glitter sky for them to gaze at.

Goddamn show.

Because Sherlock makes John notice things he never would otherwise. It doesn’t matter if you can’t see those stars in London: when John Watson walks with Sherlock Holmes, he sees the stars.

lestruade:

Sentiment is a chemical defect found on the losing side