Date: 2016-12-20 06:42 am (UTC)
Isn't that a wonderful piece? Great use of perspective and partial framing, and her versions of Snape and Dumbledore are so full of life and variety. For both of them, you often see the same sets of expressions (sneering, twinkling), and Lifeofapottedplant ignores those conventions and gives them other things to do. Especially Snape. His moment of wonder and communion with the rain (apparently while high as fuck) and his uncertain/hopeful look when Dumbledore's about to kiss him - you just don't get to see Snape acting young or vulnerable very often.

And hi! Sorry for my very erratic presence, by the way. I've become sort of a fandom ghost (long story, bad life experiences), so I tend to be a bit late on getting back to people. And oh dear, I have a feeling my main contribution to fandom will end up being, not my stories, but my backlog of comments! It's flattering to have someone who's not the author/artist actually read them.

Somewhere along the way, though, I mislaid my ability to leave intelligent feedback. I still love proselytizing for my favorite fics, but my days of commenting effusively may be over. I hope not; it's always possible my pizazz will come back.
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