One More Time – A Spectacular Bonsai Event
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Source: Bonsai Bark Blog.
Kuhen Smith’s Rough bark Japanese maple won the Finest Japanese Style Display at the 6th U.S. National Bonsai Exhibition. Unfortunately you can’t make out the bark in this photo. No blame to Oscar Jonker, the photographer. The lighting in the display area was good for viewing but not necessarily for photos. I cropped Oscar original. The original is below Today, it’s the final two prize winning bonsai at the 6th U.S. National Bonsai Exhibition. And some more photos by (or of) Candy Shirey. I hope you have enjoyed the series and maybe this will encourage you to make the trip to Rochester in 2020 Thanks to Bill Valavanis and his tireless Exhibition warriors for putting on a spectacular show. Thanks also to Oscar Jonker for his on the run shots of prize winners. And to Candy Shirey for her up close and personal shots of many of the good people involved in the Exhibition. And to everyone else who chipped in to make this the 6th U.S. National Bonsai Exhibition the best yet KOYO JAPANESE TOOL SPECIAL 30% OFF LIST PRICES ON ALL KOYO TOOLS – Brad Foresyth’s Kiyo Hime Japanese maple won the Finest Classical Bonsai. Again, you can’t really make out the details too well, even though I cropped the original for a closer look (especially at the trunk). Guess we’ll have to wait for the album Candy Shirey with her exhibited Hino Crimson Kanume Azalea. Candy is the source of numerous great photos from the exhibition. Including several that we’ve featured over the past…
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