For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

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For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

Post  Guest on Sun Oct 03, 2010 12:52 pm

My dear Fiona (and IBC),

in remembering one of my original posts/ composition by which you commented a lot during the progress of its design. its getting more dramatic as we perceived it to be some few months ago.
this is for you my friend.

A VERY LONELY NIGHT UNDER THE SOLITARY TREE... the only source of glow is the pale moonlight above...




subdued light for more drama (anyway thats what penjing is all about)




my lonely figurine waiting for the revival of your commentaries.
this tree is from the cheap "S" chinese elm...any comment?

regards,
jun


Cool


some shots during the process






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Re: For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

Post  Pavel Slovák on Sun Oct 03, 2010 1:43 pm

Hi Jun.
The second photo is excellent. Very Happy ThumbsUp

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Re: For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

Post  Russell Coker on Sun Oct 03, 2010 2:17 pm

I'm pretty sure Fiona's already got a Man... Surprised

That's pretty Jun!

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Re: For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

Post  hirow08 on Sun Oct 03, 2010 2:29 pm

WOW! Shocked Im really learning a lot just by browsing this forum
Nice photography too! ThumbsUp

Thanks for sharing! Smile

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for Fiona a lonely cliff tree and a man

Post  moyogijohn on Sun Oct 03, 2010 3:13 pm

JUN,,That is one more beautiful piece of art work!!! I LOVE Elm trees as you know and this is one to be proud of..keep up the good work...take care john

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Re: For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

Post  fiona on Sun Oct 03, 2010 7:25 pm

Russell Coker wrote:I'm pretty sure Fiona's already got a Man... Surprised R
Yes, but if Jun is offering me another one as well, I feel it would be simply boorish to refuse - especially if he's any good at putting together a cold frame for over-wintering my trees. Oh, and my central heating boiler needs replaced. Hmmm....what else? Ah yes - shed could do with a coat of creosote as well come to think of it.


I like this, Jun but would still prefer it in a longer, shallower tray.

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Re: For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

Post  Guest on Sun Oct 03, 2010 11:23 pm

Pavel,

thanks.

Regards,
jun Smile


Russell,

thanks. im happy to hear from you again too.

regards,
jun Smile


Hirow,

thanks. like I told before, you will learn a lot from good people here in this forum. not just bonsai, but from time to time something else more important.

regards,
jun


dear Fiona,

its so nice to hear from you again.
some people just missed your guidance on our trees and few slaps on the hand from our "misdemeanor" here and there.

BTW. i build buildings and houses as my pastime during daytime after my bonsai work at night...so working on your minor problem requires a very minimal solution for us. now, where is my visa and passport?...

regards,
jun Smile

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Re: For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

Post  Guest on Sun Oct 03, 2010 11:26 pm

John,

thanks a lot.

regards,
jun Smile

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Re: For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

Post  aaapostol_8368 on Mon Oct 04, 2010 1:28 pm

hi jun,
Your work are great... very dramatic... the man waiting under the tree


Cheers...
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Re: For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

Post  bonsaistud on Mon Oct 04, 2010 1:48 pm

G'Day Jun...

Really like your "Cliff Tree and Man". Coming along very nicely...

Pat...The Stranger on the White Horse Riding off Wildly in all Directions...

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Re: For Fiona. a lonely cliff, tree and a Man

Post  Guest on Mon Oct 04, 2010 2:05 pm

aaapostol,

thanks.
its more dramatic in real life, someday il invite you to my place to have some beers...so that my trees would be criticized in real life too.

regards,
jun Smile


Pat,

thanks.

regards,
jun Cool

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And to Fiona

Post  bonsaistud on Mon Oct 04, 2010 2:15 pm

Fiona, you said "...I like this, Jun but would still prefer it in a longer, shallower tray...".

Remember what I said regarding your Juniper on a Cliffside (Yet another Darn Juniper, IBC, July 29, 2010)...? “...in deference to you and Hans, I like your original shallow oval pot. IMHO, the extra 4-5" adds to the majesty of your composition...”.

I totally agree with your statement above, Fiona. Furthermore...IMAHO, "...a longer, shallower tray..." would add to the majesty of Jun's composition.

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