Autumn bonsai shots.

 Hi, everybody,

I would like to share some pictures that I made while the low hanging and fast descending Autumn sun was just shinning into my small garden. Those warm rays made a spider light up like an auto-bot alien! And some mushrooms growing in the dead wood on my Prunus mahaleb looked like a magical fairytale!

I hope my little old Hawthorn that is now showing in my dear friend Tony Tickles Bonsai Europa 2015 event that is staged for the first time in the UK  is doing fine and that people enjoy how it looks now in it new Dan Barton pot ?! I hope it will be the success it deserves to be and I can’t wait to see some pictures of the show and I wish I could be there in person!!! I would like to thank my Belgium friend Yannick Kiggen for bringing it in for me and wish him well for his demo at this important new event! And a safe trip back! 🙂

I hope you enjoy the pictures?!

Cheers,

Hans van Meer.

Info: karamottobonsai@hotmail.com

8-10-2015 meidoorn 048 org hans van meer 900 10-10-2015 pado's 076 hans van meer org 450 10-10-2015 pado's 042 hans van meer org 450

 

MY ULMUS IN WINTER COLORS.

Hi, everybody,

because of my back problems, I have not been really able to do the major styling I had planned for some of my bigger trees. But I have been able to shoot a nice picture of my “Ulmus” in early winter colours. The light wasn’t perfect to do this really good, but for the last couple of days, we have had some really nasty weather over here! Hope you like it? This is one of the first Bonsai that is still in my collection and I have been taking care of it for some 17 years now!

Regards,

Hans van Meer.

                         Chinees Elm   “Ulmus parvifolia”   November 2008.

Info: karamottobonsai@hotmail.com

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