Winning Deciduous Bonsai & a Little Break with Tradition
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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.
Winner Finest Deciduous Bonsai at the 6th U.S. National Bonsai Exhibition. The tree is a Japanese maple (Acer palmatum) that belongs to Dennis Vojtilla. I cropped Oscar Jonker’s original photo (see just below) for a closer look Continuing with the prize winning bonsai from the 6th U.S. National Bonsai Exhibition, today we’ve got the winning deciduous tree and another couple bonsai photos by Oscar Jonker (Bonsai Empire), as well as a couple photos of people at the event by Candy Shirey (Candy’s eye and feeling for people are spot on) The break with tradition mentioned in the title of this post, is the shots of people. We normally stick with bonsai and leave the people shots to facebook, but I just couldn’t resist my fifteen minutes of fame. Stay posted for more winning bonsai and more of Candy’s people shots NEW KOYO JAPANESE TOOL SPECIAL 30% off List Prices on All Koyo Tools – Oscar’s original photo with companion. For the rest of Oscar’s photos from the Exhibition, stay posted. Or if you can’t wait, you can visit Bonsai Empire Bill Valavanis. Photo and caption by Candy Shirey…. “One of the few times Bill stood still. Most photos that I captured of Bill were just blurry streaks with a poof of dust as an after-thought.” This lovely lady is Barbara Patitucci at Stone Lantern’s booth in the vendor’s section. I cropped the original photo by Candy Shirey to eliminate some noise (see just below) Now you can see why I cropped it. I don’t think…
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