Walter Pall's main blog about bonsai and his work with trees from day to day. Lots of good pictures of good trees and lots of valuable information about bonsai.
That will be a great improvement; the whole composition becomes much more balanced and the master tree less dominating some how. I think the natural rugged apearance of the slab gives a better context for the forest and the offset to the left harmonises with the aesymetry of the outline. Excellent!
Walter,maybe I am a nobody who doesnt have the slightest clue of what real top bonsai are, and what it takes to create something like a good bonsai... but I thinkt the feeling one gets from seeing a real astonishing thing of beauty, is just shared amongst all... recognizable, unilaterall... I am blowm away about this thing of beauty... this almost feels like a fairytale, wandering in a forest of hundreds of years old... feeling that amazing pureness of nature, something that surrounds you, a kind of atmosphere... it is something strange. When I look at your creation I get shivers down my spine.What you created, I cannot fully understand, cannot fully describe the joy I feel, i want to look at it for ever.I rest my case ;-)I hope when I'm gone, I get to spend an eternity wandering around in a forest looking just like that...
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