Big Ben and houses of parliament Depth of Field being used creatively - I feel this gives a much better effect than having shot the image with a smaller aperture which would give a bigger focus in the image (so Big Ben in the background would have been in focus too).
I'm one of those people who is still annoyed about that tiny but in a way significant detail. It makes Dumbledore more eccentric and off his rocker than he really was. It bothers me, and it always will. If that makes me a crazy HP fan, then so be it.
LITERALLY THE ONLY WAY FEYRE EVER DESCRIBED HER RELATIONSHIP WITH TAMLIN WAS BEING TRAPPED, OR STUCK, OR CORNERED. BUT WITH RHYSAND, IN THEIR RELATIONSHIP SHE'S OPEN, NEVER ENCLOSED IN DARK CORNERS, AND HE LIKES TO SHOW HER OFF AND TREAT HER WELL.
This scene was the most painful of the whole series, actually. Because there is no happy ending for him. He dies and stays dead. At least Rhys came back. And he was completely different from what we thought. Yeah, we thought he was a monster that kind of liked Feyre, but we never even thought that he'd be a dreamer...