Agnosco veteris vestigia flammae Richard Armitage

 

“I recognize the traces of an old flame”

…Vergil, Aeneid IV                                

Old flame indeed…I have a feeling that things are about to flare up around here very soon!

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10 comments on “Agnosco veteris vestigia flammae Richard Armitage

  1. Guylty says:

    Totally. It’s already smouldering…

  2. Teuchter says:

    Things are warming up considerably 😉

  3. Hariclea says:

    Summer from the inside out! (Absolutely pelting here and barely 15 C…. gotta heat up somehow!)

  4. Perry says:

    Hot times coming soon for all. Meanwhile, here, it is Mexican summer. I have first hand knowledge of how and why the Siesta from 2-4 was invented.

    • obscura says:

      I always appreciated siesta when I lived in Tucson 🌞🌞🌞even if the barbarians at the U of A didn’t! 😉

      I’m very much anticipatingvthe return of the Armitage as spy…dangerous, but probably not so muderous as Dolarhyde. Perfect for the thrill seeker!

      • Perry says:

        Yup, many small businesses here close between 2 and 4 but the hottest part of the day, because of how south we are, is actually between 3 and 7. I think they actually close for comidas (lunch). It took me a while to figure out that at “high noon” the sun is not directly overhead yet. Anyway – the anticipation for Berlin Station and all that is to come before it has really stoked the fandom – so I think , for the second summer in a row – it’s going to be a lively summer. I agree, I think Daniel Miller with not be very murderous. I imagine he’ll evolve to be cunning. Think of all the fun we’ll have comparing the two characters!

  5. Esther says:

    Won’t that be lovely and warming! Looking forward to it. 🙂

  6. It will be interesting to see how Richard Armitage portrays Daniel Miller as a distinct and nuanced character–separate from his other spy portrayals (Lucas & Porter). I can’t wait!

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