Jesse wrote:I like this tree very much. Like Dick, I too loved the original version of this tree though I can't articulate exactly why nearly as well as Dick did so I'll leave it at that. I caught my breath a bit when I saw that branch removed but after the initial shock passed I saw that I liked the new version very, very much. I love your work Jun and I'm impressed by the willingness to take action so readily. I love it. I probably tend to towards the other end of the spectrum. I would describe my bonsai style as 'Paralysis by analysis', hahaha. Well done Jun.
thank you Jesse,
...For me, It's always making the decision that matters, and I am always prepared to accept what ever the outcome might be. being BRAVE or being a FOOL, that is the only two outcome I expect from the decisions I do, like for the tree above. BUT I always make sure that I have some future plan and back up plan to my foolishness or braveness....mostly to my foolishness. hehehe.
Robert Steven wrote:jun wrote:Sam Ogranaja wrote:Good job Jun. Much improved. I see a hint of Robert Steven in your work. I think it's a huge compliment to pay such respects to a well known master. Well done.
Have a great week!
Really? I was applying as student at his class...but the classroom is full already.
It is expensive in Japan and I heard some bad news going on in some bonsai classes there...So will wait for Robert's class to open up again hehehe.
I am not cheap either Jun..and I can also be very rude to my students as well...hehe....
I can take your rudeness, if you are taking me along to those establishments opened only at night...hehehe.
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