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.
Hi Walter,I think you are relly exaggerating with the new pots. I think that is just a big waist of great trees. These pots are just too hevy and masive. Nik
Well Nik, I am jsut not doing bonsai for the taste of twenty years ago. I am doing it for the taste in twenty years. Your remarks tell me that I am on the right way.WP
For me these pots are very natural and this tree is much better in that pot.It seems as this spruce was born for this stone-pot.Martin Sturm
well Martin, who do you think you are in comparison to Nik? :-)WPFunny!
It's either you like it or hate it. This one looks terrible to me, altough your spruce compositions on stones look very very nice.
Walter, I like your spruce compositions on stones very much, but this one is out. Sorry.
Everyone has a different opinion. And thank god for that. What would the world look like if every one had simmilar bonsai in his/her garden, I wander.Maby you can convince me at your late summer meeting ;)Nik
That one looks impressive. Pot is heavy but match the tree.
Hi Mr. Walter.With the current small treetop composition looks distracting. I think that only increases the volume of the tree, the composition will be very good and impressive. Pavel Slovák
Pavel,this could well be the case. The future will show.WP
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