Pinus sylvestris - interesting trunk

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Re: Pinus sylvestris - interesting trunk

Post  Hombre on Sat Feb 18, 2012 9:41 pm

Pavel ,you are the wizard of pines my friend , what can i say,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, very nice done. cheers

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Post  Todd Ellis on Sat Feb 18, 2012 10:54 pm

I was in awe with the informal upright and am "blown away" with the cascade! Wow! Pavel, you are an artist!
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Todd

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Post  marcus watts on Sun Feb 19, 2012 7:09 am

thats the one - the tree works really well without looking forced - the tree wanted to be like this so it showed you it did not want to be upright i think.

really really nice, cant beat a quality cascade tree

cheers Marcus

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final position bonsai

Post  abcd on Sun Feb 19, 2012 7:18 am

proof must be thought to tilt the pot when we study the final position off a tree, very good job pavel.

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Post  bwaynef on Sun Feb 19, 2012 2:55 pm

I understand what the raffia & electrical tape are doing, as well as the zip ties. Its always been my understanding that wire spaced too closely has less holding/bending power. Why are the large (aluminum?) wires coiled so closely?

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Re: Pinus sylvestris - interesting trunk

Post  Pavel Slovák on Sun Feb 19, 2012 5:19 pm

Hi Bryan
Thanks for the compliment, I really can not do magic. Very Happy Very Happy
Gretings Pavel

Hi Lazaros
Thank you for nice coments. Yes, I love Pine. Very Happy
Gretings Pavel

Hi Todd
Thank you for your lovely comment. I am happy.
Gretings Pavel

Hi Marcus
Thank you for your very nice comment. I appreciate that. I think it has the potential to cascade. Very Happy
Gretings Pavel

Hi ABCD
Thank you for your nice coments. Yes I agree. You must learn to look from another perspective. Very Happy
Gretings Pavel

Hi bwaynef
Thanks for the comment and interesting question.
Aluminum wires are not the strong branch to hold the position.Only for greater safety during bending, a short section of the trunk - branch. For the same reason I use during bending and electrical tape. When bending is strong. Fixes the wire and place bandages, the gap between the wire. I hope you understand. Wink Very Happy
Gretings Pavel

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