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Post  quatrefi on Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:27 pm

Hello you bonsaïlovers, here's a pine i have for two or three years.
It had a good energy, so after one year at home i started to work on it.
Before, project (once again by my friend Hervé Dora), and first shaping...
The low part could be much better, i think there's too much vegetation on it, i let it grow one year and i'll see...



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Re: Pine, difficult one...

Post  kevin stoeveken on Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:52 pm

beautifully wild tree with lots of potential, but if you are asking for design assistance, the photos and angle of the photos make that difficult. Wink

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Post  Vance Wood on Wed Oct 26, 2016 1:39 am

beer city snake wrote:beautifully wild tree with lots of potential, but if you are asking for design assistance, the photos and angle of the photos make that difficult. Wink

Agreed

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Post  BrendanR on Thu Oct 27, 2016 11:58 am

More photos are best. I think the lower foliage might be too close to the trunk? Also, you might want to introduce some horizontal movement at the bottom of the lowest branches?

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Post  Vance Wood on Thu Oct 27, 2016 2:27 pm

BrendanR wrote:More photos are best.  I think the lower foliage might be too close to the trunk?  Also, you might want to introduce some horizontal movement at the bottom of the lowest branches?

You might want to do that but again, if you are serious you need to get serious about the photos you post of this tree.  You need to get the tree in an environment with a neutral background without shadows and variations in light.  You need to photo the tree from viewing level where the  center of the cameras view is the horizontal of the pot's rim. This is the horizon of the picture. If you do that you will get a far better suggestion on what is arguably a great tree.

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