A Sherlock Mind Palace

Hi, I'm Sarah.

This is a Sherlockian blog only.

cayya:

part 2 of

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A Study in Pink / His Last Vow Parallels Masterpost

the-sherlocked-avatar:

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The opening nightmare (x)

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Denying the drugs (x)

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Anderson checking for the truth (x)

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The Mind palace stairs (x)

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The Mind palace hallway (x)

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"You can Imagine the Christmas Dinners" (x)

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"I’m a high functioning sociopath. Do Your research" (x)

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What they are willing to do to save the other (x)

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The first and final handshake (x)

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gingercatsneeze:

Big Coat
Here, have some kidlock from me. ehe

gingercatsneeze:

Big Coat

Here, have some kidlock from me. ehe

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sherlockspeare:

Never mind me, this is the single sexiest Benedict moment to me.
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…of murder, mystery and mayhem.

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i-am-greg-lestrade:

iloverichardwright:

estychan:

I have been waiting for this post my entire life.

Gonna scream

our fandom, guys. In our mid-hiatus glory

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What were your favourite memories filming season three?

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m-chi:

It’s raining, it’s pouring

Sherlock is boring.

I’m laughing, I’m crying

Sherlock is dying.

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hopelesslybenaddicted:

madlori:

lawstrade:

human error

We know, because Benedict has talked about his process, that he is a very thorough, precise actor.  Every expression you see, every emotion you see in Sherlock, was intentional and planned by Ben.  Nothing he does in an accident.  Nothing you see on Sherlock’s face, or in his eyes, is there by chance.

Just sayin.

Not only that, but when they chose the shots to put in the final cut of the show, these are the ones they chose.  They chose these raw, emotional, close-ups of Sherlock’s face (not to mention the ones of John). We aren’t “reading something into it,” the love these two have for each other is deliberately, repeatedly, placed on the screen, by the actors, directors, writers, producers, editors, and everyone else involved.

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