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    velvet
  • resembling velvet in having a smooth soft surface

  • Soft downy skin that covers a deer's antler while it is growing

  • a silky densely piled fabric with a plain back

  • smooth and soft to sight or hearing or touch or taste

  • A closely woven fabric of silk, cotton, or nylon, that has a thick short pile on one side





    drapes
  • Arrange (cloth or clothing) loosely or casually on or around something

  • (drape) curtain: hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)

  • Adorn, cover, or wrap (someone or something) loosely with folds of cloth

  • (drape) the manner in which fabric hangs or falls; "she adjusted the drape of her skirt"

  • Let (oneself or a part of one's body) rest somewhere in a casual or relaxed way

  • (drape) arrange in a particular way; "drape a cloth"





    lined
  • Hit a line drive

  • bordered by a line of things; "tree lined streets"

  • having a lining or a liner; often used in combination; "a lined skirt"; "a silk-lined jacket"

  • Mark or cover with lines

  • Stand or be positioned at intervals along

  • (used especially of skin) marked by lines or seams; "their lined faces were immeasurably sad"; "a seamed face"











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Umbra Valentina 50-Inch by 84-Inch Drapery Panel, Pewter


Umbra Valentina 50-Inch by 84-Inch Drapery Panel, Pewter



Update your window treatment with the stylish Valentina velvet drapery panel from Umbra. This opaque, fully-lined panel provides privacy and helps control light levels. Made of 100-Percent polyester velvet with a polyester backing, the panel features a lush texture and a contemporary grommet top. Panel measures 50-Inch wide by 84-Inch long (127 by 213-cm) and the versatile design compliments virtually any interior decor style. Coordinate your look with a wide range of drapery rods and holdbacks also from Umbra. Designed by Umbra Design Group for Umbra - the worldwide leader in casual, contemporary and affordable design for the home.










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Shepherds memorial




Shepherds memorial





View during a hike to Skiddaw High Man, Lake District, Cumbria

Some background information

On the path to Skiddaw summit, just some hundreds metres away from Latrigg car park, there’s a memorial in form of a celtic cross. It’s inscribed and shows a celtic endless knot.

The inscription says:

"In loving memory of two Skiddaw shepherds Edward Hawell of Lonscale, born October 21 1815, died June 1889, and son, Joseph Hawell, born December 24 1854, died February 20 1890. Noted breeders of prize herdwick sheep. Great shepherd of the heavenly flock, these men have left our hill, their feet were on the living rock, oh guide and bless them still."

The cross was erected after Joseph Hawells young death from lockjaw as a result of a dental treatment.

Skiddaw is a mountain in the Lake District National Park in England. With a summit at 931 metres (3,054 feet) above sea level it is the fourth highest mountain in England. Skiddaw lies just north of the town of Keswick and dominates the skyline in this part of the northern lakes.

The mountain lends its name to the surrounding areas of "Skiddaw Forest", and "Back o' Skidda'" and to the isolated "Skiddaw House", situated to the east, formerly a shooting lodge and subsequently a youth hostel. It also provides the name for the slate derived from that region: Skiddaw Slate.

The summit ridge has a number of tops, which from north to south are known as North Top, High Man (the summit), Middle Top and South Top. All now bear cairns and a number of stone windshelters have been erected. Skiddaw has a subsidiary summit, Little Man, with its two own subsidiary summits Lesser Man and Jenkin Hill. It lies about 1.5 km south-south-east of the main peak.

The Northern Fells comprise a roughly circular upland area approaching 10 miles (16 km) in width. At the centre is the marshy depression of Skiddaw Forest— a treeless plateau at an altitude of 396 metres (1,299 feet); and flowing outwards from here are the rivers which divide the area into three sectors. The south-western sector, between the Glenderaterra Beck and Dash Beck, contains Skiddaw and its satellites.

Skiddaw itself takes the form of a north-south ridge about half a mile long, with steep slopes to east and west. The ridge continues northwards over Broad End to Bakestall, a fell overlooking the Whitewater Dash waterfall. Further ridges fan out east and west from the southern end of Skiddaw. To the south-east are Skiddaw Little Man, Lonscale Fell and Latrigg, an easily accessible viewpoint for Keswick and Derwentwater. Beyond these fells are the Glenderaterra Beck and the Blencathra group. The south western ridge curves round through 180 degrees to run north above the shore of Bassenthwaite Lake. This gives Skiddaw an "outer wall", comprising Carl Side, Long Side and Ullock Pike, collectively referred to as "Longside Edge". The final member of the Skiddaw Group is Dodd, a satellite of Carl Side.

Between Skiddaw and Longside Edge are the quiet valleys of Southerndale and Barkbethdale, separated by the spur of Buzzard Knott. These drain the western flanks of the fell to Bassenthwaite Lake. The eastern side of Skiddaw drains into Skiddaw Forest, much of the water reaching Candleseaves Bog. This marsh is the source of both the Dash Beck flowing northwest to Bassenthwaite and the River Caldew, beginning its long journey to the northeasterly situated Solway Firth via Carlisle.

Skiddaw's slopes are generally rounded and convex, looking from a distance as though a thick velvet blanket has been draped over a supporting frame. On the ridges the general terrain is of loose stones, but elsewhere all is grass and heather. The famous British fell walker, guidebook author and illustrator Alfred Wainwright noted that "Its lines are smooth, its curves graceful; but because the slopes are steep everywhere, the quick build-up of the massif from valley levels to central summit is appreciated at a glance- and it should be an appreciative glance, for such massive strength and such beauty of outline rarely go together."











Wave-riding sheep




Wave-riding sheep





View during a hike to Skiddaw High Man, Lake District, Cumbria

Some background information

Skiddaw is a mountain in the Lake District National Park in England. With a summit at 931 metres (3,054 feet) above sea level it is the fourth highest mountain in England. Skiddaw lies just north of the town of Keswick and dominates the skyline in this part of the northern lakes.

The mountain lends its name to the surrounding areas of "Skiddaw Forest", and "Back o' Skidda'" and to the isolated "Skiddaw House", situated to the east, formerly a shooting lodge and subsequently a youth hostel. It also provides the name for the slate derived from that region: Skiddaw Slate.

The summit ridge has a number of tops, which from north to south are known as North Top, High Man (the summit), Middle Top and South Top. All now bear cairns and a number of stone windshelters have been erected. Skiddaw has a subsidiary summit, Little Man, with its two own subsidiary summits Lesser Man and Jenkin Hill. It lies about 1.5 km south-south-east of the main peak.

The Northern Fells comprise a roughly circular upland area approaching 10 miles (16 km) in width. At the centre is the marshy depression of Skiddaw Forest— a treeless plateau at an altitude of 396 metres (1,299 feet); and flowing outwards from here are the rivers which divide the area into three sectors. The south-western sector, between the Glenderaterra Beck and Dash Beck, contains Skiddaw and its satellites.

Skiddaw itself takes the form of a north-south ridge about half a mile long, with steep slopes to east and west. The ridge continues northwards over Broad End to Bakestall, a fell overlooking the Whitewater Dash waterfall. Further ridges fan out east and west from the southern end of Skiddaw. To the south-east are Skiddaw Little Man, Lonscale Fell and Latrigg, an easily accessible viewpoint for Keswick and Derwentwater. Beyond these fells are the Glenderaterra Beck and the Blencathra group. The south western ridge curves round through 180 degrees to run north above the shore of Bassenthwaite Lake. This gives Skiddaw an "outer wall", comprising Carl Side, Long Side and Ullock Pike, collectively referred to as "Longside Edge". The final member of the Skiddaw Group is Dodd, a satellite of Carl Side.

Between Skiddaw and Longside Edge are the quiet valleys of Southerndale and Barkbethdale, separated by the spur of Buzzard Knott. These drain the western flanks of the fell to Bassenthwaite Lake. The eastern side of Skiddaw drains into Skiddaw Forest, much of the water reaching Candleseaves Bog. This marsh is the source of both the Dash Beck flowing northwest to Bassenthwaite and the River Caldew, beginning its long journey to the northeasterly situated Solway Firth via Carlisle.

Skiddaw's slopes are generally rounded and convex, looking from a distance as though a thick velvet blanket has been draped over a supporting frame. On the ridges the general terrain is of loose stones, but elsewhere all is grass and heather. The famous British fell walker, guidebook author and illustrator Alfred Wainwright noted that "Its lines are smooth, its curves graceful; but because the slopes are steep everywhere, the quick build-up of the massif from valley levels to central summit is appreciated at a glance- and it should be an appreciative glance, for such massive strength and such beauty of outline rarely go together."









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