Mr. Kimura masterclass from Bonsai empire Review

Originally posted on Bonsai & Yamadori from Tony Tickle:
https://videopress.com/v/6UmlxRxx?preloadContent=metadata Take advantage of this rare opportunity to learn from the world-renowned bonsai master, Masahiko Kimura. In his first ever online class, Mr. Kimura demonstrates his unique approach to Bonsai design. He reveals a life-time of cultivated knowledge and his own personal techniques to achieve results in a short amount of time. This Masterclass is recorded… Continue reading Mr. Kimura masterclass from Bonsai empire Review

A contrarian bonsai technique in ten pics

Originally posted on Adam's Art and Bonsai Blog:
I’ve posted something like this before, I think on Facebook, but I’m working on a clients tree and I figured I’ll share it to the blog, for posterity or something magnanimous sounding like that. Pic one:A nice pot, well made, good shape and glaze. Pic two: Attention was even given to the interior for good root… Continue reading A contrarian bonsai technique in ten pics

Silhouettes from Sunset Past-I

Originally posted on Tgatwork:
The sun sets amidst a pallet of colorful skies, beautiful clouds and towering buildings, as seen from Navi Mumbai, India. The month of May has always been my personal favorite for shooting the sun during the golden hour. Not only is the sun at its best, there has always been some kind of interesting cloudscape or colors in the sky making… Continue reading Silhouettes from Sunset Past-I

Silhouettes from the Sunset Past-III

Originally posted on Tgatwork:
The sun makes past the last set of cloudline before setting into the Arabian Sea, as seen from Navi Mumbai, India. The sky is a canvas that often paints the wildest of pictures. Sometimes from looking like ‘The Eye of Ra’ (in this picture) to a full-blown monster ready to devour the land (when a storm approaches), the sun and clouds… Continue reading Silhouettes from the Sunset Past-III

Wonders from the Wetlands-2

Originally posted on Tgatwork:
A flock of flamingos make their way around the holding pond in unison like that of a marching parade, as seen at Seawoods, Navi Mumbai. Sights like these are a regular during the birding season. Though there are hundreds of birds that are either resident species or migratory visitors, nothing beats the spectacular show put up by the flamingos. Be it… Continue reading Wonders from the Wetlands-2

Summer Time Bring Work on Tropical and Sub-tropical Trees

Originally posted on artsofjc:
Summer has come in with a roar and it is only May 25. Temperatures are reaching 100 degrees in my garden. Out come the tropical and sub-tropical trees. Today I visit several old friends and some of my favorite trees in the collection. Olives have brought me joy for over 15 years of collection work. My favorite composition contains two different… Continue reading Summer Time Bring Work on Tropical and Sub-tropical Trees