Pinus sylvestris twintrunk yamadori - first styling

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Pinus sylvestris twintrunk yamadori - first styling

Post  Mimo on Wed Sep 27, 2017 8:05 pm






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Post  augustine on Thu Sep 28, 2017 2:20 pm

Mimo,

Very very nice. when was this collected? I am curious because you've got the rootball so small, wondering how long it took.

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Post  Mimo on Thu Sep 28, 2017 7:42 pm

Thanx Smile
It was collected from a concrete slab last spring, so some 5 moths ago.
The trees that grow there have only limited space to grow in in the dirt between the slabs so I literally just lifted it up and cut around the roots.
It grew nicely since then like if the roots were not disturbed at all and they grew considerably and lifted the moss on top of the substrate some 2-3 centimetres.
That´s why I need to repot it in spring right away and give them some more space.
I just need to find the right pot or slab for it during winter.
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Post  Mimo on Thu Sep 28, 2017 7:45 pm

The pic of the place and the actual tree some year before collection in the front right of the picture.




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Post  kevin stoeveken on Thu Sep 28, 2017 9:23 pm

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Post  brian soldano on Sat Oct 07, 2017 3:04 pm

Awesome tree and collection spot!!!

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Post  AlainK on Sat Oct 07, 2017 6:54 pm

Salut tout le monde,
Hi everyone,

To me, there's a flaw in the design, the two trunks are too far apart.

I think you should separate the two trees, they don't fit together (or at least, now).

1/ the tree on the left looks like a rather young tree beaten by the winds, with a lot of energy left inside;

2/ the tree on the right looks more like an old tree. Could be a literati if not for the soft movement on the trunk: with raffia, inner tire tube bands ans the like plus vertical and spiraling large-gauge wire, it still can be done I think...
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Post  Mimo on Sat Oct 07, 2017 7:03 pm

Hi Alain, you are not the only one pointing that out Smile
But I like it like that cause this is a tribute to a tree from the wild that I liked that stands over the lake Ružín not far from here.
Here is a pic of it:



Most of the bonsaists say you can´t do it like this or that, trunks have to be closer, one have to copy the movement of the other, branches cannot cross, jin cannot cross and so on....
I do not care about that because I do not want to create uniform bonsai and do it like everybode else.
I only do what seems good to my eye.
If I wanted another copy of bonsai, I would download the pic of a twintrunk that is considered the best one and make exact copy for myself.
But I don´t see any point in that.

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Very nice

Post  breck on Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:45 pm

You have designed and made a very nice European/western pine tree bonsai and all the better for it I see loads of pine trees in the UK looking like this well done

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