Pinus sylvestris - yamadori

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Pinus sylvestris - yamadori

Post  Pavel Slovák on Tue Feb 10, 2009 2:04 pm

Hi bonsai friend. On display two pict. old yamadori Pinus sylvestris. Pict. 1- display of natur locality and pict. 2 - after first styling. Best regards Pavel S.


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Breathtaking!

Post  bonsai monkey on Tue Feb 10, 2009 2:16 pm

Pavel,

Your Pine is absolutely fabulous.
This tree just goes to show how much further I need to go in this chosen hobby of mine!!

L,P & B,
Simon

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Post  Kev Bailey on Tue Feb 10, 2009 4:38 pm

Excellent yamadori sylvestris. How long between collection and styling Pavel?

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Post  Pavel Slovák on Tue Feb 10, 2009 4:54 pm

thank you for compliment. to Kev- from the collection passed two and a half years. Best reg. Pavel S.

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Post  Walter Pall on Tue Feb 10, 2009 5:22 pm

Pavel,

this is one of the best first stylings that I have ever seen posted on bonsai forums. Congratulations to go yor own way and making sure your pine does not look like a bonsai pine at all, but very much like a natural one.

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Post  Pavel Slovák on Tue Feb 10, 2009 5:54 pm

Mr. Walter Pall. Thanks for the compliment, I am pleased that you like. I admit that this idea I had in shaping the first pick and I have a very good feeling. Best regards Pavel S.

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Post  Velodog2 on Tue Feb 10, 2009 7:00 pm

Agreed! This looks like a real pine that I would see here in the 'lowlands' of Maryland. Often wondered why no one styled them this way.

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Post  tucker on Tue Feb 10, 2009 7:39 pm

Pavel,excellent, Smile a "real " looking tree!

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Sots Pine

Post  alex e on Wed Feb 11, 2009 10:52 am

Hi Pavel,
Nice find and well worked Very Happy ,but I have to disagree with the
natural look, the image though beautiful is I feel one of a deciduous
tree, Scots by there nature abort the bottom branches ,up and down
here in the UK we see these beautiful Literati Scots, anyone driving
to Folkstone will know what I mean, still it does,nt distract from the
your tree and your work on it, excellent!!!!!!
Very Happy

regards Alex e


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Post  Pavel Slovák on Wed Feb 11, 2009 11:04 am

to Velodog2-Unfortunately, not often have a possibility to work with so naturally the prepared material. Thanks for the observation. to Alex and tucker - thanks for the nice reply.

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Post  Walter Pall on Wed Feb 11, 2009 12:16 pm

A scots pine in Finland in the TYPICAL growth pattern.



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Post  Rob Kempinski on Wed Feb 11, 2009 1:42 pm

I kike the multitrunk style Pavel. Nice job on the initial styling. The tree though still looks a bit immature. As the photos Walter posted reveal taper and motion will convey age. If you can induce taper and more motion in the finer branches the tree will look more mature and stately. Motion can be added with wiring, taper will take time. Cutting back and regrowing.

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SCOTS PINE

Post  alex e on Wed Feb 11, 2009 2:35 pm

Hi Walter,
Very typical with 3/4 of the trees branches aborted !
your first photo conveys the difference between the mature
tree in the background & the immature tree in front of it with
its very straight branches pointing directly up, still would,nt
say no to it in my collection

regards Alex e Very Happy


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Great Job!

Post  Eastern Bonsai on Wed Feb 11, 2009 2:41 pm

Hello Pavel. I was curious if this pine was found growing in rock. It looks from the picture it is growing in rock. I was wondering if it was difficult to extract and were you able to save many roots?
Abe

Great Job with first styling!

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Re: Pinus sylvestris - yamadori

Post  Pavel Slovák on Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:31 pm

Hi Rob. Thanks for your opinion, this is a pine at the beginning of the journey bonsai and due to its vitality is not the problem styling branches as needed. Best regards Pavel S.

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Post  Pavel Slovák on Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:44 pm

to : easternbonsai - Hi. In the locality where such travel very old plants growing in the "pocket" and the roots are very good. Pick-up is simple and very friendly plant. When betting added according to the type of plants 100% gel mycorhhizy. Hello Pavel S.

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wonderfull

Post  Mirek Halatin on Wed Feb 11, 2009 9:26 pm

to Pavel Slovák: Truly I think this is one of your best trees. It's full of natural impression. I like it most of your work. Congratulations!
Have a nice day!

(Please show this tree on czech forum too.)

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