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Some Bonsai of newcomer

Post  BATULUONG on Tue Nov 09, 2010 7:04 am

I am from Vietnam, I have 2 years experience in the field of bonsai. These are some my Mini Bonsai, please give me some ideas. Thanks













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Re: Some Bonsai of newcomer

Post  Billy M. Rhodes on Tue Nov 09, 2010 10:59 am

Very nice trees. I know sometimes trees are placed in pots based on how they will fit, but the ideal is that in any pot other than round, the tree should be planted off center. For example your last tree should be moved a little to the right and maybe a little forward in the pot.

Also your first, very creative planting would be considered Pinjing instead of bonsai.

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Post  Ravi Kiran on Tue Nov 09, 2010 1:22 pm

Hi,

Some really very nice trees. Surprising to hear that you are into Bonsai for only 2 years. I have seen people who have spent over a decades with trees half as impressive. Keep up the great work. While your Bonsai skills are very good, I guess you need to work on your photography skills Very Happy

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Re: Some Bonsai of newcomer

Post  BATULUONG on Wed Nov 10, 2010 6:20 am

Billy M. Rhodes wrote:Very nice trees. I know sometimes trees are placed in pots based on how they will fit, but the ideal is that in any pot other than round, the tree should be planted off center. For example your last tree should be moved a little to the right and maybe a little forward in the pot.

Also your first, very creative planting would be considered Pinjing instead of bonsai.
Thank you. I'll edit them to suit

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Re: Some Bonsai of newcomer

Post  BATULUONG on Wed Nov 10, 2010 6:24 am

Ravi Kiran wrote:Hi,

Some really very nice trees. Surprising to hear that you are into Bonsai for only 2 years. I have seen people who have spent over a decades with trees half as impressive. Keep up the great work. While your Bonsai skills are very good, I guess you need to work on your photography skills Very Happy

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Thank you, because I take pictures with cell phones so the image quality is not very good Very Happy

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Continue...!

Post  BATULUONG on Wed Nov 10, 2010 6:58 am





I am raising this plant, planned to be completed in 1 year





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Re: Some Bonsai of newcomer

Post  Ravi Kiran on Thu Nov 11, 2010 4:55 am

Hi,

Just my 2 cents on photography. It is perfectly fine to use a mobile phone camera to take pics of your trees. It is just that the pics you have posted are shaken (meaning you need to hold your hands still while clicking) and most of the pics are taken very close to the tree. Try giving about 2-3 feet between the tree and the camera and not only will you have great pics (the mobile phone cameras are not designed to take closeups) but also add perspective and a background to the tree which makes them better.

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