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General Category => Bonsai Videos => Topic started by: fh05 on March 30, 2014, 07:18 AM

Title: New video from Bjorn
Post by: fh05 on March 30, 2014, 07:18 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRKyBpYnmfA (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRKyBpYnmfA)
Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: Owen Reich on March 30, 2014, 08:43 AM
The container breaking is choice  ;D.  If anyone is interested in more history on that Korean Cherry they repot, I wrote an article a year or so ago for ABS Journal about it.
Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: Judy on March 30, 2014, 09:22 AM
Now if someone could just incorporate firearms, we'd be all set! ;D
Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: mirk0 on March 30, 2014, 01:03 PM
Thanks  :)
Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: Owen Reich on March 30, 2014, 06:07 PM
give me a few months Judy...................
Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: Herman on July 09, 2014, 10:19 AM
I laughed then took my lips off and threw it ON THA GROUND!!! guess after graduation things lighten up...except the beat on apprentice days you've mentioned :P
Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: Owen Reich on July 09, 2014, 12:19 PM
Apprenticeship is serious as a heart-attack.  When I'm helping my teacher, it's all business.  Fujikawa-san understands what the goal is with the slap-stick stuff.  Promotion of bonsai to a wider audience and showing that bonsai is not all hoity-toity formal conduct.  If your relationship with bonsai is not fun, you're doing something wrong  ;D. 

The bonsai garden's website is:  www.fujikawabonsai.com (http://www.fujikawabonsai.com)
Lots of good content and items to buy; especially the fan-stamped Koyo pots I helped organize.  The Continuum DVD is also really nice and available there.

Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: Judy on July 09, 2014, 12:49 PM
Is it safe to assume that the dimensions listed (for the pots)  are in centimeters?  It doesn't specify.

I just picked up a fan stamped koyo on ebay for my cork elm, can't wait to see it!  Gee, there are sure a lot of nice pots around, I can see why people can get addicted.
Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: Owen Reich on July 09, 2014, 02:49 PM
Without even looking it's cm
Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: Brian Van Fleet on July 09, 2014, 05:24 PM
I just picked up a fan stamped koyo on ebay for my cork elm, can't wait to see it!  Gee, there are sure a lot of nice pots around, I can see why people can get addicted.
I watched the auction through to the end last night, hoping that solitary bid was yours!  Congrats, welcome to the addiction.  Please don't regard me as the crack dealer...it was merely a suggestion! :P
Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: Judy on July 09, 2014, 09:10 PM
I just picked up a fan stamped koyo on ebay for my cork elm, can't wait to see it!  Gee, there are sure a lot of nice pots around, I can see why people can get addicted.
I watched the auction through to the end last night, hoping that solitary bid was yours!  Congrats, welcome to the addiction.  Please don't regard me as the crack dealer...it was merely a suggestion! :P
I'm glad I was working and couldn't really watch it, but happy that I got it.  Seems like it will be a great fit, and it has been interesting to see what is out there available these days. 
Thanks for turning me onto this.  At least it's a legal addiction!
Title: Re: New video from Bjorn
Post by: Herman on July 10, 2014, 04:05 AM
Apprenticeship is serious as a heart-attack.  When I'm helping my teacher, it's all business.  Fujikawa-san understands what the goal is with the slap-stick stuff.  Promotion of bonsai to a wider audience and showing that bonsai is not all hoity-toity formal conduct.  If your relationship with bonsai is not fun, you're doing something wrong  ;D. 

The bonsai garden's website is:  www.fujikawabonsai.com (http://www.fujikawabonsai.com)
Lots of good content and items to buy; especially the fan-stamped Koyo pots I helped organize.  The Continuum DVD is also really nice and available there.



Only thing about bonsai that's no fun at all is when you've pushed a tree too far, you knew it was too far beforehand but went ahead and did it anyway...then comes the stress and sleepless nights,until the tree either dies or makes a comeback....then you either feel relieved or feel like an idiot. such is the mistakes we make when still fresh in the game

so yes I'm all for bonsai fun, even if the fun is hard work,des ne  ;D

good work on the vids you guys, found them very informative

kind regards
Herman