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Re: Noelanders

Post  Ian Young on Sun Jan 20, 2013 1:14 pm

leatherback wrote:This is what is posted on the bonsai empire facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/bonsaiempire?fref=ts:

Noelander Trophy winners:

First price, Luis Baliño (picea)
First price (Deciduous): Luis Vallejo (crenata)
Second price (Deciduous): Udo Fisher (acer palmatum)
First price (Shohin): Marc & Rita Cooper
Second price (Shohin): Marc & Rita Cooper
Third price (Shohin): Nanci Ball

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Post  Ian Young on Sun Jan 20, 2013 1:28 pm

Winners hopefully in the right order. Any mistakes or additions let me know.

Was there a second place Conifer?

Noelanders Winners

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Post  dick benbow on Sun Jan 20, 2013 2:41 pm

Nice to see my friends the Coopers doing nicely in the shohin department Smile

There was a rather large beech in the show that was displayed with branches full of dead leaves. That surprised me as I would have thought it would have showed better with them carefully eliinated.?

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Post  leatherback on Sun Jan 20, 2013 3:01 pm

dick benbow wrote:
There was a rather large beech in the show that was displayed with branches full of dead leaves. That surprised me as I would have thought it would have showed better with them carefully eliinated.?

Agreed. Especially as it stood next to a stunning beech without leaves; The in-leave beech was ignored by a lot of people, I noticed.

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Post  sunip on Sun Jan 20, 2013 3:49 pm

leatherback wrote:
dick benbow wrote:
There was a rather large beech in the show that was displayed with branches full of dead leaves. That surprised me as I would have thought it would have showed better with them carefully eliinated.?
Agreed. Especially as it stood next to a stunning beech without leaves; The in-leave beech was ignored by a lot of people, I noticed.
Hello,
A natural winter image yes but...
With the result of an inward looking group, this state of hibernation feels like shielded off, nobody wanted to disturb the winter rest yes?
Sunip Wink

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Some more pics

Post  Sabi on Sun Jan 20, 2013 4:04 pm

Here's a link to the pictures my mate Jerry took, quite a few are of the traders and just people around the show. Thanks to Jerry for taking them and letting me share them on here Very Happy

http://www.flickr.com/photos/norbury/sets/72157632559391525/show/

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Post  sunip on Sun Jan 20, 2013 4:22 pm

Thank you Sabi,
Ian Young gave a link to these pictures on his site but this is much easier.
Lots of yamadory this year to choose, my budget allowed only one well established Blackthorn where i was looking for
a nice mame ulmus nire where i did not look for and a pot from Shimizu Hideaki.
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Post  dick benbow on Sun Jan 20, 2013 5:15 pm

two different ways to look at it. I quess by having both side by side, you could satisfy both ways to appreciate the situation by the viewers.

Sometimes i think (like the trees) our IBC contributors are an international treasure...Smile

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Post  Todd Ellis on Sun Jan 20, 2013 6:14 pm

I agree with you Dick!

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Post  edro on Mon Jan 21, 2013 2:30 am

My god. These trees are all amazing. Much better than anything you see around here.

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Post  Andre Beaurain on Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:04 am

DangerousBry wrote:These are amazing!!!

How is that tree grown so twisted... Brilliant!!

More more MORE!!


Its a common thing they do with Pomegranits, Miniature. You plant a lot of little trees together in a pot, and then tie them together, twist them, bend them and voilla....twisted big tree. They eventually fuse together, about two weeks later.....that is a joke. But pomegranits are very quick.

Absolute Stunning, thanks guys for the Pics.

Love and light
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Post  Walter Pall on Tue Jan 22, 2013 9:25 pm

Here you can see almost 200 images of the event: Travelogues of WP

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Post  Todd Ellis on Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:09 pm

Thank you Walter for posting your link. There were some trees that others did not post. I hope one day to attend this show - WOW!!!
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Post  Tony on Fri Jan 25, 2013 3:23 pm

If you ever wondered how the professionals take fantastic photographs of bonsai take a look at this set up. Willy Evenepoel is the master photographer for the annual Noelanders trophy in Belgium. Willy is a superb craftsman and takes his time to ensure that your tree is photographed in the best possible situation. It may take time and you may well have to wait many hours to have your tree included in the books that follows… but it is worth it and it is a testament to Willy’s professionalism that the bonsai artists of Europe trust him to photograph their trees.


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