Some Bonsai from the BSF convention 2009

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Here are some photos of the past weekend. Enjoy!
 

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Here are some more pics for you!
 

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And yet even more pics...

The last pine pictured is owned by Mike Rogers it was dsplayed with a shohin Crape Myrtle that I have posted in the shohin section of the forum. I had a chance to speak with him and he said that the Pine was over 60 years old. It was a very impressive tree.
 

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Ryan,

Thanks for sharing your photos from such a fantastic exhibit!

I must say, there were so many nice trees I didn't know which one I liked best;)

Glad to have met you in person and I look forward to meeting you again.

Rob
 
Ryan,

Thanks for sharing your photos from such a fantastic exhibit!

I must say, there were so many nice trees I didn't know which one I liked best;)

Glad to have met you in person and I look forward to meeting you again.

Rob

Hi Rob,

Same here!

Ryan
 
You know there is one thing that would have made the show better. Perhaps we could have listed the potters with the trees. When I looked at the exhibit the artists were named but not the potter. Perhaps there is no need as this is a bonsai exhibit not a bonsai potters exhibit, but I do know that this is done sometimes.

What do you all think about that?

Just a minor thing IMHO.;)
 
You know there is one thing that would have made the show better. Perhaps we could have listed the potters with the trees. When I looked at the exhibit the artists were named but not the potter. Perhaps there is no need as this is a bonsai exhibit not a bonsai potters exhibit, but I do know that this is done sometimes.

What do you all think about that?

Just a minor thing IMHO.;)

I think that's a great idea. I saw some accent pots that I really liked and would have wanted to know where they were from.
 
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