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Very first

Post  bonsaiboy50 on Sat Jan 26, 2013 3:15 am

My first attempt at a viewing stone with stand.Let me know what you think as I am keen to learnt

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Re: Very first

Post  Todd Ellis on Sat Jan 26, 2013 2:08 pm

Congratulations on your first stone! I like the feeling with this stone, and the waterfall image.
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Re: Very first

Post  dick benbow on Sat Jan 26, 2013 3:54 pm

just want to encourage you with a comment that the stone and stand compliment each other nicely. off to a GOOD start Smile

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Re: Very first

Post  stonener on Sun Jan 27, 2013 2:25 am

Boy that's nice work! and so is the stone.
Hard to see so hope you don't mind bigger view.
I too was once new and depended on the kindness of strangers
Let us take a better look!... Suspect



I think I see a face, a Man wearing a white wig... Suspect
could it be George Washington crossing the Delaware?
standing in the boat with soldiers rowing in front of him?
remember they were in the fog, famous painting in my mind.
or maybe one of those guys in Parliament, British Prime Minister?...
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Re: Very first

Post  Todd Ellis on Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:04 am

I love looking for images in stones; I see a mother holding two young children...
I can also see the George Washington image as well.

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Re: Very first

Post  stonener on Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:59 am

Yo Todd me too!
Just showed stone to wife,
said it was her lathering up the dog!
on bath day in the washroom sink...
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Re: Very first

Post  sunip on Sun Jan 27, 2013 8:12 pm

Hello Bonsaiboy50,
Welcome to the IBC
Thank you for showing.
Lovely landscape stone, a pity the beautiful waterfall image is not continued fully in the lower half.
I am not an expert but because you ask, a consideration could be to think of;
a little change to the daiza?
I think this way the stone looks much more powerful.
The picture is perhaps not clear enough but i think this stone will enhance much by some further indoor yoseki.
The stone has a nice movement to the right and a flow to the left but a deeper positioning of the left side of the stone in the daiza
would give it a more stable feeling?
Sunip Wink

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Re: Very first

Post  bonsaiboy50 on Sun Jan 27, 2013 8:32 pm


Hi sunip, Thanks for the advice. I do see what you meen about the left side and I agree. I do not know what yoseki is but will look it up lol . Again many thanks
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sunip wrote:Hello Bonsaiboy50,
Welcome to the IBC
Thank you for showing.
Lovely landscape stone, a pity the beautiful waterfall image is not continued fully in the lower half.
I am not an expert but because you ask, a consideration could be to think of;
a little change to the daiza?
I think this way the stone looks much more powerful.
The picture is perhaps not clear enough but i think this stone will enhance much by some further indoor yoseki.
The stone has a nice movement to the right and a flow to the left but a deeper positioning of the left side of the stone in the daiza
would give it a more stable feeling?
Sunip Wink

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