Jar of Thoughts

Louise Brealey: I’m still rubbish at getting rubber gloves on and off, even though I’ve worn them in about eight things now. I am quite good at putting things down on a pad and nodding. [insp.]
via naturalshocks · originally by stbartsmolly

mid0nz:

Sherlock BTS: A Steadicam Shot of Moriarty in ASiB

What are we looking at?

  1. Shiny board! This is a reflector they’re using to shine a bit of light on Andrew’s face so the shadow from the direct sun doesn’t obscure anything adorable.
  2. The Steadicam operator. The Steadicam is a marvel of human ingenuity and silliness. It allows the camera operator to follow actors on foot.
    Steadicam is a brand of camera stabilizer mount for motion picture cameras that mechanically isolates it from the operator’s movement. It allows for a smooth shot, even when moving quickly over an uneven surface.
    The motion of the shot is side to side but without the up and down bounce so the viewer feels as if they’re walking or running along, but they don’t get seasick! In these shots of Moriarty you get a real sense you’re walking along with him. The camera and the rig is all attached to one guy’s body and he often has a spotter to made sure he doesn’t fall on his ass.
  3. Windscreen!  This guy is protecting the Steadicam rig from gusts of wind that can make the picture shake.
  4. That’s Andrew Scott as James Moriarty. But you knew that.
  5. Sue Vertue, the producer is taking a walk with the crew.
  6. The boom microphone operator. He’s there to record Moriarty’s raspberry to Mycroft. The fuzzy bit covering the mic at the end of the boom is the muff (or “dead cat”) it protects the mic from picking up the sound of the wind. Not only is he keeping up with the gang while holding a really long stick, he has to make sure that stick a) doesn’t kill anybody and b) is never, ever in the camera frame.
via olduvai-fossil · originally by mid0nz

abitnotgood:

Johnlock: BBC Sherlock x Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

via olduvai-fossil · originally by abitnotgood

Sherlock Holmes had often found that he required his mind to be engaged, lest the boredom finally catch up to him.
He’d worried a bit that taking on a wife would do nothing but accelerate the speed of that boredom, his hypothesis tested as tried and true as he observed the majority of the married couples of the ton.
Of course, Molly Holmes (nee Hooper) had never really crossed his mind. In all the ways that mattered, she was an anomaly in his data: she was clever and patient, sweet but morbid, curious and bold, kind but strong. Most extraordinary of all: she loved him.
Holding her close at the end of a long case, fire warming them from the chill outside of the walls of 221B, holding his wife close him, Sherlock Holmes was never happier to discover boredom was nowhere on the horizon. He was never happier to be the anomaly.

Sherlock Holmes had often found that he required his mind to be engaged, lest the boredom finally catch up to him.

He’d worried a bit that taking on a wife would do nothing but accelerate the speed of that boredom, his hypothesis tested as tried and true as he observed the majority of the married couples of the ton.

Of course, Molly Holmes (nee Hooper) had never really crossed his mind. In all the ways that mattered, she was an anomaly in his data: she was clever and patient, sweet but morbid, curious and bold, kind but strong. Most extraordinary of all: she loved him.

Holding her close at the end of a long case, fire warming them from the chill outside of the walls of 221B, holding his wife close him, Sherlock Holmes was never happier to discover boredom was nowhere on the horizon. He was never happier to be the anomaly.

via petratodd · originally by artbylexie

then and now

via lucyyh · originally by hooper-holmes
STEVEN MOFFAT JUST WON AN EMMY FOR SHERLOCK YES.

riversnogs:

AND THEY JUST MENTIONED DOCTOR WHO

AT 

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EMMYS

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via butmariuslikestheopera · originally by riversnogs

dudeufugly:

Sherlock’s His Last Vow wins four Emmys tonight

Primetime Emmys to follow on August 25th
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via olduvai-fossil · originally by dudeufugly

because i took your pulse.

via bowties-and-cheekbones · originally by dominatrixes

the women of sherlock

food52:

There’s nothing elementary about this drink. 

Scotch and Earl Grey Tea: the most dynamic duo since Sherlock and Watson. 

Read more: The Sherlock and Watson on Food52.

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