Wednesday workshop photo shoot

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Wednesday workshop photo shoot

Post  Jeremy on Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:11 pm

Hi,
A few displays for your thoughts.
First my blackthorn yet again, well it is in flower.Very Happy


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mugo

Post  Jeremy on Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:16 pm

My Mugo pine.



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acer

Post  Jeremy on Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:18 pm

John's Acer, he'll hopefully tell use the variety.


I love the vibrant green it shows.


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Blackthorn

Post  Jeremy on Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:24 pm

Chris's blackthorn.



Chris re-angled the tree for the next shot.

A good move IMHO.


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larch

Post  Jeremy on Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:28 pm

My larch.


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black pine

Post  Jeremy on Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:36 pm

Finally, John's black pine.


We discuss the righthand branch.



John agrees and removes a small portion for now, with the option of cutting a bit more at a later date. Twisted Evil

We also thought it should be on the other side of the scroll.



I had a great day photographing, chatting and playing with the displays.
Your thoughts as always are much appreciated.

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Re: Wednesday workshop photo shoot

Post  Morea on Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:58 pm

Dear Jerry

How nice to see the trees again !
Your blackthorns in the UK look stunning, already in flowers !!
My Cornish blackthorn is keeping her buds still closed,
remember from last year she was also late in showing `springdress`.

Jerry, did You change the pot with Your mugo ??

Dear Chris,

Your blackthorn slightly turned looks indeed much better
for presentation.
In another topic ,avalon, i saw You also had a high wooden stand with
the blackthorn, i liked that very much, also very appropiate for avalon.
Very Happy this summer,i collect some accents which i think belong to Your avalon
and bring them as i come to Burrs , avalon is shouting in my head very often Very Happy

The last scroll ??
It looks very special , does it have 2 pictures ?
Looks very good and has a modern touch, lovely !

Kind regards
Morea

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Re: Wednesday workshop photo shoot

Post  eric sanders on Wed Apr 21, 2010 9:21 pm

hey jerry,

i think the acer is a acer palmatum shishigashira,
a bit difficult to see,but that,s my thought. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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Re: Wednesday workshop photo shoot

Post  Jeremy on Wed Apr 21, 2010 9:31 pm

Morea wrote:.
Jerry, did You change the pot with Your mugo ??
Hi Morea,
I keep chickens. Last December, one landed on the mugo and it did a 360 and hit the floor, smashing to pieces, so I had to do an emergency repot.

The last scroll ??
It looks very special , does it have 2 pictures ?
Looks very good and has a modern touch, lovely !
Thank you.
Yes I also feel this scroll is "cooking with gas." Smile
It is infact a scroll with age. It's feeling is, I feel, down to it's age and good quality. Such that it will always evoke the refined qualities I seek, when it is presented. Very Happy

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Re: Wednesday workshop photo shoot

Post  Jeremy on Wed Apr 21, 2010 9:33 pm

eric sanders wrote:hey jerry,
i think the acer is a acer palmatum shishigashira,
a bit difficult to see,but that,s my thought. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Hi Eric,
Yep, that's what John told me and I immediately forgot. Thank you for reminding me. Very Happy

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Re: Wednesday workshop photo shoot

Post  bonsai monkey on Thu Apr 22, 2010 7:16 pm

Super trees from the Welsh Wizzards!!!!

Seeing images like these shows me I've got a long way to go but what wonderful inspiration.
Keep up the good work guys and hope to see you later in the year,

LP&B,
Simon

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Re: Wednesday workshop photo shoot

Post  Paul B (Scotland) on Thu Apr 22, 2010 11:46 pm

Beautiful displays.

Really interesting to see how changing angles and positions of the trees can create different images.

The Blackthorn facing towards the front with the red sun scroll is stunning.

I hope you chased that chicken all over your garden shouting Welsh profanaties at it Laughing . I've lost 3 Erin pots to my cats knocking them over - both cats have since been threatened with a visit to the river Twisted Evil Their response was to use the pot I keep my large Privet in as a toilet for a few days! My dog - a clumsy big female Rottweiler with a love of walking backwards has somehow strangely managed to avoid doing any damage to trees or pots. If only I could get her to stand on a cat...... Twisted Evil

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The guilty party

Post  Jeremy on Fri Apr 23, 2010 9:48 am

Hi Paul,
My chucks planning their next raid on my bonsai. affraid

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Re: Wednesday workshop photo shoot

Post  peter keane on Fri Apr 23, 2010 8:42 pm

that's one motley crew I wouldn't want to mess with tongue

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Re: Wednesday workshop photo shoot

Post  Morea on Fri Apr 23, 2010 9:14 pm

Dear Jerry

What a pitty , it was such a special pot !

Must say , i do like Your chickens , Laughing
the one with the punk feathers made me laugh
very loud behind the sceen.
He -she ? looks like just waiting for the right moment to
jump again !!

Jerry , does one see often scrolls with two different paintings on it ?
Do You know why the artist did this ?
Mabey because he had no money for new paper ?
Kind regards
Morea

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Re: Wednesday workshop photo shoot

Post  Jeremy on Fri Apr 23, 2010 11:06 pm

Hi Morea,
Somewhere on my computer I have a record of the info. that came with the scroll fom Japan, but I can't find it at the mo, I'll keep looking.
Would / could any of our IBC Japanese scholars enlighten us?

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