My suiseki!

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My suiseki!

Post  greenstar on Thu May 19, 2011 4:19 am

This stone i conlected yesterday and sharing for members to day!
Hight 24 cm,and faces about 21 cm.Wieght about 10 kilogram

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Re: My suiseki!

Post  Heven on Thu May 19, 2011 6:18 pm

Interesting Very Happy
It is only a garden stone.

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Re: My suiseki!

Post  Chris Cochrane on Thu May 19, 2011 7:30 pm

Hi Heven... I am not sure what is meant by "only a garden stone." I think of garden stones generally as large enough for functional or visual placement within a garden. This stone seems, instead, to be displayed for viewing independently and reasonably sized for mounting & indoor display.

Hi Greenstar... Thanks for corresponding in English on IBC.

Can you share your purpose for the figurine atop this stone? Do you see the horizontal banding as expressive of a fighter's energy? Is the figurine or the stone an accessory in your composition?

Looking at the stone alone, I imagine waves passing islands or coastal rocks. Alternatively, I imagine looking across from great height at peaks breaking through clouds.

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Re: My suiseki!

Post  greenstar on Fri May 20, 2011 12:17 am

Chris Cochrane wrote:Hi Heven... I am not sure what is meant by "only a garden stone." I think of garden stones generally as large enough for functional or visual placement within a garden. This stone seems, instead, to be displayed for viewing independently and reasonably sized for mounting & indoor display.

Hi Greenstar... Thanks for corresponding in English on IBC.

Can you share your purpose for the figurine atop this stone? Do you see the horizontal banding as expressive of a fighter's energy? Is the figurine or the stone an accessory in your composition?

Looking at the stone alone, I imagine waves passing islands or coastal rocks. Alternatively, I imagine looking across from great height at peaks breaking through clouds.

Thank you very much.I very like this stone.

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Re: My suiseki!

Post  greenstar on Fri May 20, 2011 12:27 am

Heven wrote:Interesting Very Happy
It is only a garden stone.

Thank for visting.

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