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Post  trantanhung_nt on Tue Feb 22, 2011 6:43 am

Hello IBC Forum ,
Salute You ,
I have commented this is a standard Suiseki - Stones ...???
Do You find that true ?
You please share with me your experiences ...
Thank you .
Trần Tấn Hưng .
_ CAVE LANDSCAPE : ( Picture N-1 )



_ ( Picture N-2 ) :



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Post  Guest on Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:05 am

Dear Trantanhung

You are right, it looks like a very nice mountainstone, with a good collour. Smile
Photos from all sides is better, if you want to know precise opinion.

Kind regards Yvonne

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Re: CAVE LANDSCAPE ...

Post  ogie on Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:37 am

Hello friend,
I like N-1 more,thanks for sharing
Regards,
Alex

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Re: CAVE LANDSCAPE ...

Post  trantanhung_nt on Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:59 am

Hello IBC Forum ,
Salute Yvonne Graubaek and Ogie ,
I send next to You 2 pictures of this stone ...
Thanks for your precise opinion .
Sincerely ,
Trần Tấn Hưng .
_ Picture N- 3 :

_ Picture N- 4 :


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Post  Guest on Wed Feb 23, 2011 11:51 am

Hi Tran Tan Hung

This is a flath stone Smile, it will also look good in a carwed seat.
Dont call me Graubaek...

Kind regards Yvonne

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Re: CAVE LANDSCAPE ...

Post  trantanhung_nt on Thu Feb 24, 2011 1:40 pm

Hi Yvonne ,
Send to You some Landscape - Stones following :
_ 1. Cave mouths :



_ 2. Peak mountain :



_ 3. Sea Island :



Thanks for your feeling and please let me know your sharing ...
Sincerely ,
Trần Tấn Hưng .

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Re: CAVE LANDSCAPE ...

Post  Guest on Thu Feb 24, 2011 2:17 pm

Dear Tran Tan Hung

The first stone, is a very nice dramatick cave/ shelterstone,

The second must be big, as the tower is very small on the stone, it is a nice picture, but I can not see the whole stone. Rolling Eyes

The last stone, is a very nice quiet island, lovely. Thanks for sharing.

Very kind regards Yvonne Smile

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Re: CAVE LANDSCAPE ...

Post  Chris Cochrane on Thu Feb 24, 2011 3:37 pm

Hi Tran Tan Hung... Your photos illustrate an array of options for placing figurines.

Placing a monk figurine slightly inside or outside of a cave entrance is a resonant landscape view. The cave entrance is only barely recognized, which draws our imagination more deeply than a fully depicted cave. The monk figurine signals us to appreciate a smaller scene than the pagoda figurine suggests. I like the monk placement and size.

The pagoda figurine in the same position as the monk figurine suggests towering cliffs & a vast scene behind an easily accessible building. That scene is what I would imagine without the pagoda. Does the figurine add to the suggestion of a vast scene or detract from it? For me, it detracts.

A large pagoda is seldom (perhaps NEVER) a good choice on a stone because it makes the scene shrink. A pagoda on the highest ridge of a stone squashes the landscape as less important when it should be the most important aspect of the view. The tiniest of pagodas with its apex below the level of the highest mountain peak can energize the scenic view of a landscape when supporting the vastness of a scene. Its use should probably be rare; but when it helps, it can be essential.

One of your stones could be read as a "dragon" figure stone. With the added pagoda, which is well-chosen for being tiny & unobtrusive, viewers must rethink the dragon form as embracing a vast scene implied by the building. It is a good use of the figurine to deepen appreciation of vastness and redirect figural viewing to scenic proportion.

Thanks for sharing, Tran Tan Hung.

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Re: CAVE LANDSCAPE ...

Post  trantanhung_nt on Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:49 am

Hello all of You ,
Hi Yvonne ,
Hi Mr. Chris Cochrane ,
Hi Mr. Peterbrod ,
After reading many comments , explanations and instructions of others , most of Mr. Chris , Mr. Peterbrod ...
I practiced and send to you a LANDSCAPE STONES following :



Hope there will receive riches Sharing opinion of all ...
Thank you very much .
Sincerely ,
Tran Tan Hung .

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Re: CAVE LANDSCAPE ...

Post  trantanhung_nt on Sun Feb 27, 2011 12:01 pm

_ To Yvonne :
Sending to you " the whole stone " of " PEAK MOUNTAIN " Stone :


How do you feel about that ...???
Thanks for your Sharing .
Sincerely ,
Tran Tan Hung .

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