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Vacation with the Weasleys
Harry and Dumbuldore
This setting is from when they go to get a horcrux in the cave.
Compared to Snape, anyone or anything could make the Potions room in the dungeon seem more cheery. In this book, when Professor Slughorn begins teaching potions, and when Harry finds the Half blood Princes's book, things in the Dungeon have a much more positive vibe than in previous books.
Weasley's Wizard Weezes
This picture is of the outside of Fred and George Wesley's Joke shop, brighting up the otherwise gloomy Diangon Alley.
Harry's favorite class is Defense Against The Dark Arts, which he was expecting the new professer, Professer Slughorn to teach. Instead, Snape finally gets his dream job and claims that class, and Slughorn is left with teaching Potions. Both teachers make big changes to the setting of their rooms. The normal Defense against the dark Arts room had already undergone several changes from year to year with all the different teachers, but when Snape takes over, he makes it the most dark out of all of them. From the blinds being constantly drawn, to the paintings of people suffering from the three unforgivable curses on the wall, Snape made it as homey for himself as possible. For all the other students ;however, the room has a very creepy effect. On the other hand, Slughorn makes Snape's old Potions room ten times more cheery, a bit like his personality compared to Snape's. The Dungeon is filled with light and the new Professer's aura fills the space.