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The School Of Bonsai 2017 T3 Display night

Postby kcpoole » September 12th, 2017, 6:41 pm

I cannot believe it is that time already :palm: :palm:

Display night tonight and and as usual, any member can come along and check out what the tuesday advance class has to show :-)
Critique and juudging starts about 7:30 or so so if in the area, drop in and check us out

Ken
ps pics to follow
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Re: The School Of Bonsai 2017 T3 Display night

Postby kcpoole » September 13th, 2017, 10:53 pm

Been a bit busy tonight and forgot to take my camera last night so you have to make do with phone pics, Sorry :palm:
the displays are getting better and the trees were in fine shape to be coming out of winter!

Enjoy
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Re: The School Of Bonsai 2017 T3 Display night

Postby Watto » September 14th, 2017, 6:52 am

Thanks for the photos, always fun to see what others are doing. There are ideas galore there.
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Re: The School Of Bonsai 2017 T3 Display night

Postby Boics » September 14th, 2017, 9:01 am

Thanks Ken.

Always like seeing your photo report from the SOB display nights.

My faves are in order:

1. The tree with the deer underneath. (Serissa?).
Edit: Better photo here: download/file.php?id=119792&mode=view/2017%20September%20(R).jpg
2. The (I assume to be) Juniper - great dramatic jins!
3. The 2nd lower manicured broomish looking tree - what is this?

Honorable mention to the beatiful bloom display's on the Azalea's.

Don't forget your camera next time! :palm:
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Re: The School Of Bonsai 2017 T3 Display night

Postby kcpoole » September 14th, 2017, 10:28 am

Boics wrote:Thanks Ken.

Always like seeing your photo report from the SOB display nights.

My faves are in order:


1. The tree with the deer underneath. (Serissa?).
Edit: Better photo here: download/file.php?id=119792&mode=view/2017%20September%20(R).jpg

Yep that is Stevens own Serrissa he spoke about in his shohin thread.

2. The (I assume to be) Juniper - great dramatic jins!
Yep, this had a makeover in the last month to open up and create the Jins

3. The 2nd lower manicured broomish looking tree - what is this?
Chines elm I think from memory. Not even sure who owns it :-) :palm:

Honorable mention to the beatiful bloom display's on the Azalea's.

Don't forget your camera next time! :palm:
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