femmealunettes: (O face : Chuck)
Okay. So. This is a very long list-- 101 people-- and it is still nowhere near exhaustive of all the crushes I've had in the past ten years. So if I'm missing someone you KNOW I think is hot and you are aggrieved by the lack of them, speak up and I'll go rustle up some more pictures. I just got tired of thinking after the first hundred people.

See if you can follow the logical progression, I promise there is one for the first half of the picspam and the last portion of it.

come, revel in the pretty with me. )

And for those of you who don't want to click it (are you scared of the pretty? it won't bite), here's the picture of young Ian McKellen I was flipping out about earlier. Yum.

I absolutely have to make this rec

  • Jul. 7th, 2010 at 5:25 PM
femmealunettes: (top hats rule : Holmes and Watson)
A Dozen Different Hours is an incredibly masterful blending of Alice in Wonderland with Sherlock Holmes, following what happens when the detective is tasked with finding the kidnapped Alice. Lewis Carroll is being held for her abduction, but he insists he didn't do it, and Watson convinces Holmes to take the case... and then things get really, really weird. It's got sections narrated by the Cheshire Cat (who, in this steampunk version of Wonderland, is a clockwork creature), parts of it are Watson's recollections, and on the whole it's just an incredible take on what could happen. It's hard to get the quality of dreams right in prose, but this author's managed it perfectly. And the art that goes with it is some of the best I've seen yet, especially the one in chapter 22. ♥

It's fairly long-- it was written for the Holmes Big Bang-- but it's entirely worth the time it takes to read it. I can't recommend it highly enough.

And now, I get to go swimming! 92 degrees is ridiculous, I'll be glad to go underwater for a while. Sometimes it's a wonderful thing, knowing how to swim.


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