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Post  Guest on Mon Apr 25, 2011 1:01 am

Hi IBC.

Took a vacation last week in the province, spent time in a secluded beach away from civilization and many tourists.
Took some photos as well for my future reference of trees formation.
I would like to share some shots with you.




bonsai in nature...who says it should be odd numbers to work



real cascade...I think I'll make a cascade forest next time






this one needs some wiring... never like triangle canopy, very unnatural even for nature.




mangrove replanting project... Very Happy ...there is hope!



So many bonsai materials in the background...good thing this is still a virgin forest by the sea


phempis acidula forest...sorry can't tell where it is



last man standing...


exposed root design


bonsai paradise by the delta...





....and finally my favorite tree...a true to life semi cascade/ widswept/ triple trunk. I think god loves bonsai too and must have wired and trimmed tis tree.



...I hope you enjoyed the photos.

regards,
jun
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bonsais by the sea

Post  Guest on Mon Apr 25, 2011 1:18 am

Hello Jun. Hope you had a good vacation. Great photos and I particularly like the deadwood in the last one. Looks like the skeleton of a long lost ship.

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Post  Guest on Mon Apr 25, 2011 1:39 am

Thanks Will.
`Yes sir! I had a relaxing week. It is a good place to refresh.

I didn't realized the last photo looks like a ship wreck, it looks like one alright.

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jun
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Post  Ravi Kiran on Mon Apr 25, 2011 6:16 am

Thanks Jun for sharing the pics. Surely an inspiration. Now I know how you get inspired for your Bonsai designs...

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Post  Guest on Mon Apr 25, 2011 7:12 am

Ravi Kiran wrote:Thanks Jun for sharing the pics. Surely an inspiration. Now I know how you get inspired for your Bonsai designs...

Ravi


Thanks Ravi.

...now you know my favorite book. the best ever written book.


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Post  Todd Ellis on Wed May 04, 2011 3:11 am

Jun, I just caught your post here about your vacation. Lovely pictures; it was like a mini vacation for me. I love the "ship wreck" too, plus the exposed root. I am glad to see the mangrove replanted and glad you won't tell where the pemphis is located. Water water everywhere! I want to share the following tree with you; my "Ent in progress" (Fagus Grandiflora, Common Beech) I am thinking about thread grafting European Beech seedlings in the next couple of years to place branches where I want them. ALthought it is budding back well and the leaves will reduce to about 1.5 - 2 inches. Currently the tree stand at 36 inches.


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