josephine-house

Can I talk about The Wide Window for a second?

Specifically– how the book, the 2004 movie, and the new Netflix series all manage to portray the same exact scene with three different themes?

Naturally, there are probably going to be spoilers, so read on at your own discretion, a phrase which here means, ‘make a choice and don’t blame me if it was the wrong choice for you…’

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Empress Joséphine’s Sapphire and Diamond Parure, sold by Hortense de Beauharnais, Queen of Holland, to King Louis Philippe of the French in 1821.

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Some remarkable scenes of the trailer.

1.) Mr.Lemony Stalker.

2.) Damockles Dock.

3.) Zombies in the snow.

4.) The incomplete history of secret organizations.

5.) Josephine’s house falling.

6.) The world is quiet here.

Josephine M. Hagerty House by Walter Gropius 1938.

This is another house designed by Walter Gropius and the first house commissioned by his German based architecture firm Bauhaus built in the United States. It was built in 1938 and is placed in Cohasset Massachusetts overlooking the Massachusetts Bay. This house design was a great choice to encompass the beautiful landscape of the bay area due to its floor to ceiling glass windows at the back of the home. It was one of the first examples of foreign design within the United States. It is understanding how this design became popular over the decades after this one was built. it was able to bring the outside in with the large windows and show off the surrounding area of the bay.

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I did a set of Coheed-themed Valentines last year that were disturbingly popular.

Fixed ‘em up, tried to make them gender/sexuality neutral as possible, and added more.

Enjoy!

Top Ten scary parts in ASoUE:

- The effects of the medusiod mycelium.

- When the bald man was like ‘You better not cross Count Olaf or he might wreck that pretty little face.’

- The first time Olaf calls Aunt Josephine’s house

- The LEECHES

- The question mark showing up on the sonar

- When the kids find all the pictures of themselves in Madame Lulu’s tent.

- Olaf talking to the kids in the jail cell and telling them they have to pick who lives

- when they get out of the tunnel and it’s the ruins of their house

- the bald man and fernald talking about how pretty violet is while she’s knocked out

- The white faced women dragging Duncan and Isadora to the car

Souls Made of Dreams, pt. 10

[part eight] [masterpost] [AO3]

Val Royeaux is bigger than Kate expected it to be. The game only showed a very small area of the marketplace, for some reason, and she feels overwhelmed almost as soon as their horses cross the city gates and they start heading for their hotel.

It took some doing, but she finally convinced Cadash to bring her on the trip to Adamant. While the army and Cullen are marching directly to the old fortress, Cadash is taking a detour to help Josephine out with a little problem in the city. Kate keeps her opinions on the matter to herself. Josephine can handle the House of Repose regardless of her input, and she’s just excited to be somewhere that isn’t Skyhold.

Even if that place is in Orlais.

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Empress Joséphine’s Sapphire and Diamond Parure, sold by Hortense de Beauharnais, Queen of Holland, to King Louis Philippe of the French in 1821.