We will be shown into the sitting-room to wait for the lady, but it is probable that when she comes she may find neither us nor the photograph.
Holmes rushed at the bell-pull, tore back a small sliding shutter, and, plunging in his hand, pulled out a photograph and a letter.
Trent took up the photograph, thrust it carefully into his pocket without looking at it, and rose to his feet.
If I were you and had wife, or daughter, or sweetheart like this " - he touched the photograph almost reverently - "why, I'd go through fire and water but I'd keep myself decent; ain't you a silly old fool, now?
Here he turned over a leaf and displayed a photograph
of an elaborate machine.
The girl pointed to the photograph
and then to the miniature and then to him, as though to indicate that she thought the likenesses were of him, but he only shook his head, and then shrugging his great shoulders, he took the photograph
from her and having carefully rewrapped it, placed it again in the bottom of his quiver.
Our feet were undoubtedly the leading article in that photograph
On one side of the head-piece was Brissenden's photograph
, on the other side was the photograph
of Sir John Value, the British Ambassador.
She glanced aside to the rim of the looking-glass where his photograph
was wedged, shuddered, and made a moue of distaste.
But the present recital was unduly trying, and Raffles created a noble diversion by calling attention to an early photograph
of himself, which may still hang on the wall over the historic chest, but which I had carefully ignored.
I want a photograph
of you, Lady Windermere--would you give me one?
When the parson opened it he found a dozen photographs
If we assume, as science normally does, the continuity of physical processes, we are forced to conclude that, at the place where the plate is, and at all places between it and a star which it photographs
, SOMETHING is happening which is specially connected with that star.
You better go in and show her the photographs
in the album.
As for his photographs
, they were sold of all size, and his portrait taken in every imaginable posture.