Great Bonsai Shots – a Story of Time & Human Artistry

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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.

A story of time and human artistry. This shot (looks like a Japanese white pine) is from Kunio Kobayashi’s famous Shunkaen Bonsai Museum in Edogawa, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan.  When I first saw it, I was sure that it’s from the tree below. After closer examination, I’m not so sure. All the photos in this post are from the Shunkaen Bonsai Museum fb timeline The Shunkaen Bonsai Museum was founded by the great bonsai master, Kunio Kobayashi. Here’s what Mr Kobayashi wrote about the museum… “The Museum was built with the ambition to spread Japanese culture, especially Bonsai in a new way to the rest of the world. I wanted to show both the beauty and the severity of nature that is hidden within Bonsai, even just a little glimpse but to a great number of people from around the world. With that thought in mind I was successful in creating this beautiful museum.” FALL POTTING SEASON IS COMING BONSAI SOIL SPECIAL  40% off list on Gallon Bags of Soil & Soil Ingredients – Unlike the photo above, it’s clear this one is from the tree below   Great tree,with several distinctive features. In addition to the trunk with its wonderfully intricate deadwood, holes and ancient bark, there’s that crazy branch on the left. There are other notable features as well, but enough said for now FAMOUS ROSHI TOOL SPECIAL 30% OFF LIST PRICES FOR CARBON STEEL TOOLS 40% OFF LIST PRICES FOR STAINLESS STEEL TOOLS Roshi Tools are famous for  precision, durability,…

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