Oles Camp with Will Baddeley

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Oles Camp with Will Baddeley

Post  Guest on Wed Jun 20, 2012 1:19 pm

Finaly is the weekend with Will about to arrive.....I am looking very much forward to meet Will, and to see my danish friends again, there will be a lot to talk about.

Oles Camp is a fairly big event , held every second year, and is located on Sealand, Ole has a big bonsaishop, and together with Jens Joergen is he a great host. ...there will be an exhibition, and Will will demonstrate saturday, and sunday will he be in the workshop....THIS, I am looking forward to.

I bring this craetegus yamadori I dug up in the winter 2011



After I took the photo, did I decide to cut it back to the red line.
The two green lines is showing vere I wish Will will help, and guide me through the deadwood work.
There is also deadwood on the backside, and good ideas/advise will be welcome.....



This is me and my tree ready to go Smile
Already last year did I prepare the 2 deadwood spots, and selected shots has grown into branches.....

See some of you very soon Very Happy
Kind regards Yvonne

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Post  Khaimraj Seepersad on Wed Jun 20, 2012 1:34 pm

Beautiful find, Auntie,

and I hope you keep showing the tree as time passes.
Like how you use the large pots.

Alas, apart from the Fustic, it would be rare to find anything with that quality on my side. Envy, envy.


Love the fairytale house as well.
Stay Well and enjoy the get together. Say hello to Lord Will for me please.
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Post  Guest on Wed Jun 20, 2012 3:50 pm

Hi nephew

I hope, I will be able to show a "wild" natural tree...I am not used to big yamadori trees, and they must be cared for, in much diffrent way than the small "japanese" shohin and kifu I am used to work with....The teckink for western ( big) trees, is much diffrent from what I have been doing the last 20 years....I found out already last year.

About the big pot....My plan is to find some square plasticpots for the 3 big ones...They are not that heavy, and my husband likes to help me when ever I ask. He and my son carry them for me when needed. I can turn the pots without help......I am not going to find more.....8 big trees are enough.
If the trees eventully becomes worth showing, will I find a really nice pots for them.

The house comes with my husbands job. We have lived here for more than 30 years. We do not complain...but when my husband finaly goes on pension, will we have the boot.

Kind regards Yvonne....I say hallo from you Smile


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Post  landerloos on Wed Jun 20, 2012 7:22 pm

Hi Yvonne,

as you know I will be there aswell, and taking my walking cane with me Wink

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Post  will baddeley on Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:01 pm

Hello Yvonne and Peter. Can't wait to get there and get stuck in. Hawthorn looks promising too Very Happy . Ole has a lovely multi trunk Norway Pine for me to play with on the demo. Should be a great weekend and I hope the weather is better than we have had here.

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Post  Guest on Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:08 pm

Hi Peter

I will have to bring my saw then Smile

Hi Will

Happy you like my tree...
I know this pine. It will be great to see what you make of it.....I suddenly look much more forward to the demo Smile

Kind regards Yvonne

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Post  marcus watts on Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:40 pm

some great material there to work with Will, cant wait to see the pine result, lots to play with Very Happy

Hope everyone has a good weekend

Cheers Marcus

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Post  landerloos on Sun Jun 24, 2012 6:20 pm

Just got back from this wonderfull event, I am to tiered to do the magic on the pics I made, will do tomorrow.

The Pine was wonderfull, we had a lott of work on it.

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Post  landerloos on Mon Jun 25, 2012 6:41 pm

I post the link to my photobucket, where all the pics can be found.
A few On here now.







The result after some hours of hard work.


Some pics of the show





Yvonnes winning shohin


And one of the best oaks I have ever seen, slightly smaller pot and its perfect. (was also rewarded with an award)





Link to my photobucket album where you can see the rest of the pics. Peter
http://s1057.photobucket.com/albums/t394/psychobonsai/Bonsaicamp%202012/#!cpZZ1QQtppZZ36

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Post  Guest on Wed Jun 27, 2012 6:01 pm

Two more photos from Oles event Smile

Only a few, as Peter has posted a lot already



It is Ole to the left, and the artsist Per, Who created this very nice trophy....Granit, steel, and a woodbase. This one is for the big bonsai, a smaller for shohin became mine, it was my Ulmus who won best shohin, and also won " publics favorite" Smile

This Sagu Kangu is one of mine trees....It used to be a informal upright untill it had a severe fungus ....in 2005 did it have its first year as a broom. It is not my best tree, but the collor of the leaves are nice right now.




In the Workshop with Will, did we work pretty hard all of us....

This is how my tree looked back home again...Will finished detail on the low part of the trunk. And two prepared homework for me.




Wills work






I hope to do a decent job on this....started up today, in a day or two will I maybe show photos.

Kind regards Yvonne





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Post  Gary Swiech on Wed Jun 27, 2012 6:57 pm

Great thread, thanks posting the pictures.

I like the pine especially. You said it's a red pine. Could you give the scientific genus and species of that pine?

Up here in Wisconsin we call Pinus Resinosa, Red Pine. Is it a Japanese Red pine, etc.

Thanks

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Post  Guest on Wed Jun 27, 2012 7:52 pm

Hi Gary

I dont know who call the pine a red pine? I dont think we have any japanese redpines in Denmark, never heard of it.....if it is Wills demo you talk about , is it a Pinus Sylvestris, collected in Norway or Sweden....It turned out really nice Smile

Kind regards Yvonne

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Post  Guest on Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:01 am

Was a good student, and did my homework....






I could not help my self...had to finish the tree ( off )?....This is my versions of a corner, and the top






This is how the tree look from the front now.....From this side is the tree comming gently towards the viewer, the roots show nice corners, and the taper is nice..



The 2 sides




The backside needed to have some rotten deadwood thinned out...it is now done and treated with woodharder



My plan is to place the tree in a larger container ( as the tree is compleetely rootbound now )for about a year or two....let it grow, not unchecked, and try to build op a new believeable top. before finding a european pot.

Will....If you hate what I did, as you know, I am a novice into deadwood...please pm. me, and I bring the tree to the next workshop to have it corrected, instead of the paere, who need.....

Kind regards Yvonne


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Post  Guest on Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:51 pm

Congratulations Yvonne! cheers

And very nice works and show! more trees from the show please.

...and nice work Will!

regards,
jun Smile

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Post  Guest on Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:17 pm

Thanks Jun Smile

I think close to all photos from the exhibition has been shown now...peter send a link. The stones are on the suisekipage.
I dont know if there are photos from the workshop....I was too buzzy working Smile

Kind regards Yvonne

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