weathered stone

weathered stone

Stone that has been exposed to the elements over a long period of time, often resulting in changes in color or the development of a patina.
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Caption: Midland Concrete Products of Iowa transformed a residential pool area into a usable patio space with 2,450 square feet of Rosetta paver Dimensional Flagstone as well as 216 square of Rosetta Belvedere, a small retaining block that mimics weathered stone. The project maximized the even surface practicality of the of the Rosetta materials and the combination of products worked around the challenges of a pool trimmed with landscaped flower beds.
A soft hand-dyed yarn picks up all the colors of weathered stone, so the wrap resembles an Iron Age broch, a type of stone tower found all over Scotland and the Northern Isles.
The exterior consists of weathered stone, horizontal siding and simulated stucco with bronzed, anodized multi-paned windows.
A weathered stone in our plot in the Jewish cemetery in Mobile, Alabama, reads simply: "In Memory of Roy Robinton, U.S.
VIBRATIONS OF THE SOUL - Axis Ballymun ANDREA BOCELLI - 3 Arena, [euro]55/155 HARE SQUEAD - The Button Factory SILENT DISCO - Whelan's THE NEELY G SESSIONS - Parnell's GAA, [euro]10/16 THE WEATHERED STONE - Smock Alley Theatre, [euro]12/15 CUIG - Whelan's Upstairs, [euro]10/12 CORK STRANGE ATTRACTOR - Crane Lane Theatre THE UNTHANKS: LIVE AT ST LUKE'S - St Luke's Hall, [euro]25 37TH CORK FOLK FESTIVAL - An Spailpin Fanach, [euro]5/85
Cork, itself so like the weathered stone of the Mediterranean: plaster of Paris, pristine, idealised renderings in their glass showcases; wooden models, to be taken apart, studied and altered, as architectural tools, work in progress, equally for the eyes of his office, or for visiting students and clients.
From In the perspective of material, weathered stone is the product of rock after different degrees of weathering.
Following the robbery, some 50 police officers and sniffer dogs were deployed in the search for the missing relic in an area famed for its weathered stone houses and the little church where the head of the Roman Catholic Church once reportedly took refuge in a storm.
In the best traditions of Gothic fiction, inexplicable sinister forces begin to assert control over the castle and influence the lives of those residing within its weathered stone walls.
The Titian scholar David Rosand is fond of quoting Willem de Kooning's observation "Flesh was the reason oil painting was invented." Beavers works with acrylic, not oil, but the same principle applies: If Florentine perspective forged a metaphoric connection between windowpanes and painted surfaces, Venetian brushwork stirred up associations between paint itself and the material stuff it portrayed, such as gleaming silver, bunched silk, translucent glass, weathered stone, and above all flesh, with its palpable allure and vulnerability.
In recent years, these pots have improved in design, and many have the look and patina of weathered stone and terra cotta without the weight.
Lester Piggott, not saying much as usual, the ghost of a smile flitting frequently through the grooves of that weathered stone face.