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Old Nov 17, 2007, 12:52 PM   #1
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A trip through the Bonsai's at the local botanical garden yielded a C

While up the road, a pine proved that wood can be curved


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i love the bonsai. i used to live in AR. a town called berryvile . i would love to go back and shoot the fall colors. keep up the good work. rick
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Old Nov 17, 2007, 7:41 PM   #3
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Nice job, Paul. I especially like the second one.

Rick, where on Vancouver Island are you located I have been to Victoria several times and on one of those trips, we drove up the North side of the island to Nanaimo. The forests and terrain on the island look very much like the forests and mountains of Oregon and Washington.

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love it here rains a little just like your part of oregon but more. i used to have ranch in redmond or. off the deschutes river. one day i will post some images of the area. my wife has to help me do it . not the best tool in the shed you know. rick:|
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Pretty nifty. My wife just started Bonsai classes and according to her the results of her work are several years down the road.

Obviously one has to have a lot of patience in that hobby.

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Old Nov 18, 2007, 8:29 AM   #6
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Good job!

If you could take the second picture just a bit more to the left you got a perfect "$" sign!!!
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Nice find on these letters.
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