go with the flow.

Hello :) I'm Leanne, 19, from, and living in Cardiff, while fantasising about living in London.
This is just some of the stuff that I love and post: .........................................................................................................................
music; friends; Benedict Cumberbatch; Sherlock; Katy Perry; photography; movies; London; reading; late nights; Kings of Leon; New York; retro; Game Of Thrones; indie music; Greece; home design; (500) Days of Summer; dance music; Twitter; bus rides; train rides; Doctor Who; aztec; NYLON; YouTube; fandoms; summer.
This is basically me.

August 30, 2014 at 1:22am
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bashermoriarty:

Andrew Scott about Pride :’) (28.08.14, London)

bashermoriarty:

Andrew Scott about Pride :’) (28.08.14, London)

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1:22am
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rutobuka2:

tattoolock commissioned by sherlocked-and-cumberbatched!
thank you so much ♥♥

rutobuka2:

tattoolock commissioned by sherlocked-and-cumberbatched!

thank you so much ♥♥

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12:35am
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deareje:

Andrew Scott as Paul in Birdland at the Royal Court Theatre in London.

new tab for high res

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August 26, 2014 at 10:16pm
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cumberbatchweb:

Benedict Cumberbatch will be on the front cover of Elle magazine (December issue).

The full cover will be revealed in October.

According to Elle:

"We don’t want to give too much away right now. But there was a small furry animal on set. We rode on the back of his motorcycle. And he talked (at length) about exactly what Sherlock would do in bed. 

It was a good day at work.”

http://www.elleuk.com/now-trending/elle-december-collector-cover-benedict-cumberbatch-tom-hiddleston?a&utm_content=buffera4ba9&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

cumberbatchweb:

Benedict Cumberbatch will be on the front cover of Elle magazine (December issue).

The full cover will be revealed in October.

According to Elle:

"We don’t want to give too much away right now. But there was a small furry animal on set. We rode on the back of his motorcycle. And he talked (at length) about exactly what Sherlock would do in bed.

It was a good day at work.”

http://www.elleuk.com/now-trending/elle-december-collector-cover-benedict-cumberbatch-tom-hiddleston?a&utm_content=buffera4ba9&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

10:15pm
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enerjax:

Congrats on the 7 emmy wins, Team Sherlock! :)))

enerjax:

Congrats on the 7 emmy wins, Team Sherlock! :)))

(via cumberbatchweb)

August 23, 2014 at 11:46pm
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redscharlach:

What’s more topical than Otters Who Look Like Benedict Cumberbatch? Yes, it’s Otters Who Look Like Benedict Cumberbatch Doing The Ice Bucket Challenge!

Unfortunately, otters find it rather difficult to donate to the MND Association in the UK or the ALS Association in the US, but I’ve heard they make particularly cute squeaky noises of gratitude when human beings make a donation instead…

August 16, 2014 at 1:43pm
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It’s happened… #iPhone #5c #happy #lucky #excited

It’s happened… #iPhone #5c #happy #lucky #excited

August 13, 2014 at 11:33pm
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serenlax:

Yogscast - a summary

(Source: undead-swine, via yosgcast)

5:21pm
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danisnotonfire:

OKAY FOR SOME REASON JOHN BARROWMAN WAS ON MY PLANE DRESSED AS AN AIR HOSTESS GIVING OUT ICE LOLLIES AND I WAS LIKE WTF AND SAID ‘this is now the best day of my life’ AND HE SAID ‘bet you didn’t think Captain Jack Harkness would be giving you something to suck on’ THIS ACTUALLY HAPPENED WHY

danisnotonfire:

OKAY FOR SOME REASON JOHN BARROWMAN WAS ON MY PLANE DRESSED AS AN AIR HOSTESS GIVING OUT ICE LOLLIES AND I WAS LIKE WTF AND SAID ‘this is now the best day of my life’ AND HE SAID ‘bet you didn’t think Captain Jack Harkness would be giving you something to suck on’ THIS ACTUALLY HAPPENED WHY

August 9, 2014 at 8:34pm
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8:34pm
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lawebloca:

Armadillo playing x

lawebloca:

Armadillo playing x

(via tina-the-mermaid)

8:30pm
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busylilblop:

Punk!lock and Hipster!john AU

my entry for this month Let’s draw Sherlock: alternative fashion style, close-up and full version !

(via urbanhymnal)

11:14am
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"We had this fabulous room, blood red, beautiful fireplace. I bought all the furniture, chemical bottles and a fantastic wax head of a Nubian boy with a fez on it. All original. Amazing stuff. But then all I ever did was show it to people. I’m not quite sure what I thought I was going to be able to do with it - turn back time or something. It was a folly. At one point, I toyed with the idea of covering it in cobwebs and then just showing people it through the keyhole. But it was a case of be careful what you wish for. I wanted a laboratory as a kid; then I had one and just thought, ‘Oh’. So I dismantled it. I’ve kept nearly all of the stuff, though. It’s around the house."

- Mark Gatiss on his Victorian laboratory/office/folly

(Source: enigmaticpenguinofdeath, via eventhorizon451)

12:58am
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bencumber:

For anyone visiting London: the essential pilgrimage stops 

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12:56am
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rox712:

dudeufugly:

MARTIN FREEMAN IS A HERO.
It took unusually long tonight for him to come out the stage door… And it was pouring rain. And I mean pouring. We are soaked. We waited for over an hour and finally at some point, security grabbed a rain jacket from the car and said “get your pens out.” O_o We were 100% sure (and we’re kind of demanding it ourselves for health reasons) that he would just pop into the car and leave. Nope. Not Martin Freeman. He came out and signed. For everyone. Greeting everyone, looking them into the eyes, thanking them for coming, signing, personalising… All in the pouring rain.
My story:  “You, sir, are amazing for doing this thank you. I can’t believe it.” “Oh no no thank you, you are all wet.” (pauses for inappropriate thought… done? Ok mooooving on) Then he started signing my ticket… The pen giving up almost immediately, after the paper had been rained on. “Oh no I’m so sorry.” and he continues to try to sign the ticket. Nothing. Writing changed to poking the paper with the pen, then turned into wild stabbing of the ticket. I just laughed. It was hilarious. I don’t even mind. “I… I am so sorry, but at least it’s an original. My chicken scratch. Just for you.”… looks into eyes, smiles, nods and he moved on. I moved down the line to just see him a bit longer and then grabbed a flyer and a different pen and greeted him with “I brought options.” once he got to me again. Freeman-Giggle reward for my persistence. Everything worked out this time, followed by some handholding (yes) and just looking each other into the eyes in the pouring rain (probably lasting for all of 1.4 seconds but I ain’t complaining).
Shoutout to everyone who stuck around. And mad props to Martin Freeman. What a man. I am in awe.
Oh and the play was amazing again as well. I initiated the standing ovation at the end and got direct eye contact and a mouthed ‘thank you’.


He was my hero tonight!

rox712:

dudeufugly:

MARTIN FREEMAN IS A HERO.

It took unusually long tonight for him to come out the stage door… And it was pouring rain. And I mean pouring. We are soaked. We waited for over an hour and finally at some point, security grabbed a rain jacket from the car and said “get your pens out.” O_o We were 100% sure (and we’re kind of demanding it ourselves for health reasons) that he would just pop into the car and leave. Nope. Not Martin Freeman. He came out and signed. For everyone. Greeting everyone, looking them into the eyes, thanking them for coming, signing, personalising… All in the pouring rain.

My story:
“You, sir, are amazing for doing this thank you. I can’t believe it.”
“Oh no no thank you, you are all wet.” (pauses for inappropriate thought… done? Ok mooooving on)
Then he started signing my ticket… The pen giving up almost immediately, after the paper had been rained on. “Oh no I’m so sorry.” and he continues to try to sign the ticket. Nothing. Writing changed to poking the paper with the pen, then turned into wild stabbing of the ticket. I just laughed. It was hilarious. I don’t even mind. “I… I am so sorry, but at least it’s an original. My chicken scratch. Just for you.”… looks into eyes, smiles, nods and he moved on.
I moved down the line to just see him a bit longer and then grabbed a flyer and a different pen and greeted him with “I brought options.” once he got to me again. Freeman-Giggle reward for my persistence. Everything worked out this time, followed by some handholding (yes) and just looking each other into the eyes in the pouring rain (probably lasting for all of 1.4 seconds but I ain’t complaining).

Shoutout to everyone who stuck around. And mad props to Martin Freeman. What a man. I am in awe.

Oh and the play was amazing again as well. I initiated the standing ovation at the end and got direct eye contact and a mouthed ‘thank you’.

He was my hero tonight!