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 Post subject: 07 Taiwan New Year Show
PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2007 5:27 pm 
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This thread is for discussing the feature gallery "07 Taiwan New Year Show"

http://www.knowledgeofbonsai.org/galler ... ewyear.php

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2007 1:18 am 
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Min Hsuan,

thank you very much for the photographs!Wonderful trees!Who is the
artist of tree number 3?

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Dorothy,
The juniper belong to Lo Ling Way, he step this bonsai from his father. He is young talent professional bonsai artist & major in JUNIPER.
Lo

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Lo,(sorry for using your last name before)

the tree is very very nice.The only question I have,and I respect the
artist's work profoundly,refers to the cascading part of the juniper (No 3).
It seems to me that the lower part is different from the rest of the tree.
The foliage pads on the cascading part do not reflect the design of the
upper tree.
Do I see it wrong?

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Dorothy,
This juniper is from a cut nearly 50 years & always in pot. Sometimes cascade parts easy weakly, in my opinion it's would be better ---cut shorter in the cascade parts & remove some leaves in the upper, Let more intensive.

By the way, Min Hsuan is my name Lo is my family. In our custom both of them are available.

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Hi Min Hsuan,

There are definately at least two trees in this design, but I still like the cascade.

My apologies to Lo Ling Way for defacing his tree.

Jon


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2007 2:57 am 
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Thank you for the information Min Hsuan,
I too like the tree very much and thought more of something like that.
But I have to emphasize that we are only playing with virtuals and the
tree as is is wonderful and majestic.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 1:31 am 
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Jon,
Very interesting design, I would like to let red pot a little bit right or bigger.

Dorthy,
Nice, How about let the cascade part more longer ?

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Min Hsuan Lo wrote:
Dorthy,
Nice, How about let the cascade part more longer ?


Like this perhaps?

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Dorothy,
Both pics are better than before. But still have some problems .
Pic one, Looks harmony , but the upper part & the cascade part lenght are the same. It's would be better choose one part more longer or shoter.
Pic 2, Looks nicely. But the Low part main branch must carve.( It's pity the low main branch is amazing.)

Indeed another small pot is necessary .

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Thank you Min Hsuan,

and again apologize to Lo Ling for using his tree for a learning lesson.

-dorothy

And to everyone reading this,you HAVE to check out Min Hsuan's BLOG!!!
Fantastic pictures!!Thank you VERY much Min Hsuan for sharing!


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