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Post  kuboburton on Wed Jun 30, 2010 5:49 pm

This is part of my small collection, any comments are welcome...
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Post  Guest on Wed Jun 30, 2010 6:07 pm

Hello Kukoburton. Welcome to the forum. Some good work there. How long have you been into bonsai?

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Post  kuboburton on Wed Jun 30, 2010 7:18 pm

will baddeley wrote:Hello Kukoburton. Welcome to the forum. Some good work there. How long have you been into bonsai?
Hi Will,
It's maybe about 10 years i'm interested in, but I'm not visiting any bonsai club or so..
thanks for comment Very Happy

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Post  Mike Jones on Wed Jun 30, 2010 7:24 pm

Yep, liking what I see, great stuff indeed. I was 25 years into Bonsai before joining a club. Now I wish I had done it years ago, I have met some amazing people. All these new friends and BBQ's and drinks evenings oh and more drinks evenings. Did I mention the ....

No, well done, nice work (IMHO).

Mike

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Post  Todd Ellis on Thu Jul 01, 2010 11:57 am

Hello Kukoburton, I like your trees, particularly the (what looks like) Blue Star Juniper in the lotus pot. I love the twisted, unique Literati type trees. Salut, Todd

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Post  kuboburton on Thu Jul 01, 2010 8:05 pm

Hi Todd,
It should be some sort of juniperus communis i bought couple years ago in garden center. it was quite high tree (about 1m) so i tried to slowly twist the trunk down. i found it very flexible so i bend it back more and more till i get nice (and for me) interesting movement of trunk. there's still not enought branches to build nice treetop.

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Post  Ami BAS on Thu Jul 01, 2010 10:52 pm

Me too [I really liked a lot what I saw].
1. the last picture [the L shaped] - is it a Tanuki or those are the tree's real branches?
2. the Literati styled [Bunjingi]: it seems to me that the foliage is too heavy for the fantastic delicate trunk.
3. Learning from others - an insight: I fell in love with the Bonsai at 1984 but, only four years ago I've found a Master and later on colleagues and a club. With all due respect to the books and the net, for me, nothing compares to the phase of learning and improving during a physical interaction [Actually, tomorrow we start a four years school under the guidance of Master Marc Noelanders].

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Post  kuboburton on Sun Jul 04, 2010 8:30 am

Hi Ami,
1. yes,the last tree has all its own branches.. some people wanted to throw it away so i took it just to look what i can do .i think i will turn it right for about 15° CW next year when the tree get more roots.
2. yes you are right i have to pinch and wire some branches again cause they are so flexible that they try to get back to their natural position
3.that's great idea about school. i saw couple workshops with Taxus from Mr. Noelanders he is very experienced.

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