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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  sunip on Thu Dec 27, 2012 10:20 am

Hello Huu Hiep,
Thank you for posting these magnificent Vietnamese stones.
I enjoyed contemplating on them.
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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  HuuHiep on Fri Dec 28, 2012 8:45 am

trantanhung_nt wrote: Hello Hữu Hiệp ,
For me , texture , shape and style of presentation , I think it is a very beautiful landscape Suiseki described .
However , the hope is that you will get more experience sharing in people - Friends here .
Thank you .
Hưng - Trần .

Thanks Mr. Hung Tran so much for sharing your feeling with me on my suisekis. I 'll try my best. Huu Hiep

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Post  HuuHiep on Fri Dec 28, 2012 8:47 am

sunip wrote:Hello Huu Hiep,
Thank you for posting these magnificent Vietnamese stones.
I enjoyed contemplating on them.
Sunip Wink

Thanks Mr. Sunip so much for your compliment, very nice words. Huu Hiep

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Some new from my suisekis

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Re: My suiseki collections

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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  sunip on Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:36 am

Hello HuuHiep
I love the humble simplicity of the stone
and the well measured daiza.
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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  HuuHiep on Thu Jan 03, 2013 2:21 am

sunip wrote:Hello HuuHiep
I love the humble simplicity of the stone
and the well measured daiza.
Sunip Wink

Hi Sunip,

Thank for your comments.
You know, some people have the same ideas. It looks like terraced fields in North of Vietnam. Sharing with you


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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  HuuHiep on Thu Jan 03, 2013 2:23 am


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Re: My suiseki collections

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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  sunip on Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:39 am

Hello HuuHiep
Did you changed the picture of the first stone?
The first was more clear, or am i dreaming?
The stone gives a nice landscape drawing,
a rock in a stream with two figures looking to the other side.
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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  HuuHiep on Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:59 am

sunip wrote:Hello HuuHiep
Did you changed the picture of the first stone?
The first was more clear, or am i dreaming?
The stone gives a nice landscape drawing,
a rock in a stream with two figures looking to the overside.
Sunip Wink

Hi Sunip,

What picture? Does the rice field? That is a real landscaping in real world Smile.
Thank you for your feeling.
Best wishes

Hiep

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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  Chris Cochrane on Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:45 am

Hi HuuHiep. Hi Sunip.

Thanks for sharing stone images, HuuHiep. I agree with what Sunip recently has noted & how he expressed it:
- "I love the humble simplicity of the stone
and the well measured daiza."
- "The stone gives a nice landscape drawing,
a rock in a stream with two figures looking to
the overside (other side)."

We are fortunate to communicate with openness to expression. I imagine Harria wishes more rigorous standards for stones and mountings referenced as suiseki and daiza. I share niggling desire for more-perfected craft and refinement of distinction between viewing stones and suiseki. Immediately, I see my stone friends HuuHiep (a masterful stone collector) & Sunip (a masterful stone collector and commentator) share feeling that embraces others (including me) in its warmth.

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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  sunip on Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:59 am

Hello HuuHiep
The rice field image is peacefully flowing through my mind.
However the stone i was talking about is this one,
it has for me the quality of a fine ink painting.
Hello Chris,
Thank you for your thoughts. (and, i changed it to -the other side- in the post)
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Post  HuuHiep on Tue Jan 08, 2013 9:21 am

Chris Cochrane wrote:Hi HuuHiep. Hi Sunip.

Thanks for sharing stone images, HuuHiep. I agree with what Sunip recently has noted & how he expressed it:
- "I love the humble simplicity of the stone
and the well measured daiza."
- "The stone gives a nice landscape drawing,
a rock in a stream with two figures looking to
the overside (other side)."

We are fortunate to communicate with openness to expression. I imagine Harria wishes more rigorous standards for stones and mountings referenced as suiseki and daiza. I share niggling desire for more-perfected craft and refinement of distinction between viewing stones and suiseki. Immediately, I see my stone friends HuuHiep (a masterful stone collector) & Sunip (a masterful stone collector and commentator) share feeling that embraces others (including me) in its warmth.

Hi Chris,

Thank you for your nice words. I always try my best to post the suisekis (the stone with a suitable Daiza). I would like this forum is the page for displaying suisekis not stones. However, If it is possible, another forum for stone collectors displaying any stone collected from them. They want to share with everybody stones which is indecisive to make Daiza or not?

Best wishes,

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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  HuuHiep on Tue Jan 08, 2013 9:47 am

sunip wrote:Hello HuuHiep
The rice field image is peacefully flowing through my mind.
However the stone i was talking about is this one,
it has for me the quality of a fine ink painting.
Hello Chris,
Thank you for your thoughts. (and, i changed it to -the other side- in the post)
Sunip Wink

Hi Sunip,

Oh, I am really sorry I misunderstand your words. But know I got it.

For this stone, some my Vietnamese friends have the same ideas like you. You know, Sunip when I saw it I love it at once. But in my opinion, I saw a palace which is silhouetted against the water of the pool. See attached photo. Other details was decribed completely by you. Thank you so much for your nice comments



Best wishes,

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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  HuuHiep on Fri Jan 11, 2013 4:19 am


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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  Guest on Fri Jan 11, 2013 9:11 am

Hi Huuhiep

A face that have a story, and talk to me....thanks for sharing.....Daiza nice, interesting and not to big.

Kind regards yvonne

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Post  HuuHiep on Thu Jan 31, 2013 7:51 am

Yvonne Graubaek wrote:Hi Huuhiep

A face that have a story, and talk to me....thanks for sharing.....Daiza nice, interesting and not to big.

Kind regards yvonne

Thank so much for your nice words. This Daiza is my variation not tradition. I am happy you also like this Daiza. Thanks again.

Best wishes,

Hiep

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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  HuuHiep on Thu Jan 31, 2013 7:53 am

Another suiseki from my collection sharing with you


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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  sunip on Thu Jan 31, 2013 9:00 am

Hello Huu Hiep,
This island stone is like a Phenix or a figure waving his robe.
In the virtual a tilted the top of the stone a bit to the left side as i feel it stands more stable and powerfull,
how do you feel about it?
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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  HuuHiep on Thu Jan 31, 2013 9:13 am

Thanks Sunip so much. Wow, It is a good idea.

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Here are some suisekis

Post  HuuHiep on Thu Mar 07, 2013 2:05 am

Happy land



Leaves falling in Autumn



Mountain





Hunting




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Re: My suiseki collections

Post  trantanhung_nt on Tue Mar 12, 2013 4:43 am

Hello Hữu Hiệp ,
I see a lot of flowers and butterflies in picture No 2 , I looked it is very lively .
Thank you your images .
Sincerely ,
Hưng - Trần .

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