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Post  Vlad on Sat Dec 02, 2017 6:28 am

And are we rolling downhill like a snowball headed for hell.    Merle Haggard

I guess this is a result of any addiction.  Even such seemingly mild one as a cultivation of bonsai.   It may start relatively easy but once you cross a certain boundery it may go quite "nasty".  

Buying  your first tree. Or maybe collecting one.  Then you start thinking about growing your tree from  cuttings or from seeds. Clearly you  need pots for your  trees.  Well, it is not a bad idea to have a small collection of nice pots, isn't it.  Maybe making your own ones?  Then what about  displays.  Tables, scrolls, figurines. Oh,  a nice suiseki may come in handy as well...
Sounds familiar?  Welcome in the club then.

Last year I have made my first  wood plate.  By now I have quite a few. Probably too many.   All made from burls.  Birch, black locust, elm, maple.   This year I have finished some new plates made from ash.   Some of them are listed on my blog for sale.   And you may find there also instructions how to make your own one/s.   Cool  
( https://doriyama.blogspot.cz/2017/12/ji-ita-ready-to-be-used.html )







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Post  bonsai supek rhok rhak on Sat Jan 13, 2018 2:52 pm

so beautiful
attractive wood slice

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Post  Vlad on Mon Jan 15, 2018 6:02 pm

bonsai supek rhok rhak wrote:so beautiful
attractive wood slice

With burls I have discovered completely new area of interest. btw your roots stands are a great inspiration for me and another challenge...
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