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New here, Just a test post, some recent pots of mine.

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Dale Cochoy:
Here is a test of my posting ability here :D
A couple recent "Dry Riverbed Pots" about 8" across.
Dale

MatsuBonsai:
Dale,

Welcome to the Bonsai Study Group.  Can you share any information regarding these pots?

Looking forward to many more informative posts from you in the near future.

Heather Coste:
Hi Dale. Just have to say, while I enjoy most of your pots, this thing with the bamboo rim really caught my attention. It's a small detail, but very well executed. In a world (bonsai) where small details can make or break a tree, this is just the kind of thing we don't see enough of. Very nice :)

Dale Cochoy:
Thanks guys.
Heather, I have been decorating pots with bamboo now since 2005.
Some are electric kiln fired and some are gas kiln fired.
 I use various methods: impressing, carving, building up with attachments. I'm working on two larger ones right now.
Here are a few done various ways but all decorated with bamboo, or, bamboo as I see it! :)

BTW, the first picture, the smaller bamboo wrapped log I made especially for Irene.

Heather, did you work for Rich on L.I.?  If so, what is the status of the nursery as of late?

Dale

Heather Coste:
I admit, I'm a little in love with that third one!

And yup, I did. He just never recovered from the loss after the fire. We ran a fundraiser, and he was trying to get it going again, but then the economy tanked, and that was pretty much it unfortunately.

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