Wasn't it inferred that it was his sister?
yeah i was gonna say that
I thought it was him holding the three deathly hollows.
Judging by the how this is getting voted down I'm going to guess that people disagree.
yeah, he learned that there were more important things when his obsession to find the hallows got his sister killed
But, he always wanted the three hollows too, that's why he put the ring on his finger when he found the Resurrection Stone. I guess he wanted his family more.
well yeah, the book says that when he realized the ring might be the resurrection stone, a bit of his old obsession flared up
I guess I need to re-read the series. I'll come back to you on this conversation.
haha in like two months
well I'm a fast reader so i can finish each book in two days. But I'm in the middle of another series right now, and It has like 7 books that I haven't read yet, plus the books are like a thousand pages and its a harder reading so, it might be like two months.
"At last he knew what Dumbledore would have seen when he looked into the Mirror of Erised, and why Dumbledore was so understanding of the fascination it had exercised over Harry." Dumbledore understood why Harry kept coming back night after night to see his family, because Dumbledore also wanted his family together more than everything.
It was socks. You can never have too many socks!
he lied when he said that
But how do you know?
For all we know, maybe he saw his sister giving him many pairs of socks.
Yeah. It was probably his sister giving him lots of socks full of lemon drops. :D
He sees his family together and all alive, just like Harry.
It is unreal how many fan-arts there are on this. He obviously sees all his family alive and together again, though.
Wow, that website sure is obsessed with LilyxSnape...
Obviously it should be himself, otherwise that's not a very effective mirror.
Neil Patrick Harris.
Dumbledore sees Me
To be more precise, shall we say Harry Potter, naked, covered in whipping cream?