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Juniper workshop (18 Feb 2017)

We have just completed a juniper workshop...... some of the junis were junis that was originally style by Mark Noelander and Robert Steven

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Tail or No Tail

2 weeks 5 days ago #58506 by JC
Hi There

I just came across this again and I did the same thing as in placed my fingers over the tail on the screen to see if a better tree was in there???

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JC

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2 weeks 5 days ago #58507 by Mark
Hi Jc, although it would be great either way it's tails for me. I love the flow the branch gives.
Slatz.

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2 weeks 5 days ago #58511 by PeterKB
I’d have 50 cents each way,, what about if the top goes you’d have a great cascade?? Cheers Peter

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2 weeks 5 days ago #58512 by JC
Hi

It's interesting how we look at things, never thought of going with the tail.

I think that the tail is still under development as well.

It would be good to see it leafed up as well.

JC

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2 weeks 5 days ago #58515 by adam k
Love it as is
Tail for me

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2 weeks 5 days ago #58518 by Paul Carey
This tree was in this year's Kokufu Ten exhibition and we referred to as the 'elephant tree'. In the flesh it's not big but it is fat and absolutely grabs your attention, it's quite spectacular. The very fat and short trunk, with a long cascade branch is unusual but you say to yourself, "yep would look great on my bench".

Regards
Paul Carey
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1 week 2 days ago #58621 by albert bartolozzi
Love the whole tree jc , but love the drama, balance and flow that the tail gives

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