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Yamadori Sabina Juniper 8 months 2 weeks ago #51397

Felidae wrote about being scared to work on trees. I understand that feeling...
Mimo, you asked for photo's so there they are. This is a Yamadori,from the mountains in Spain, collected by the seller.
They go there periodically and they have more of 'm. I could not resist buying this one.

It's small, I'm really going to have to be in the right, relaxed and stress-free mood to work on this. I'm going to have to very careful and patient. The picture shows what would maybe be the easiest side, but I want the other side as the front - because of the deadwood.

Wondering what's in the soil... but I am not going to repot any time soon, of course.

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Yamadori Sabina Juniper 8 months 2 weeks ago #51398

OK... I know. The quality of the pictures... I'll use a real camera next time :)
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Yamadori Sabina Juniper 8 months 2 weeks ago #51400

Auk, this will be a stunner!

Auk wrote: OK... I know. The quality of the pictures... I'll use a real camera next time :)

Well.. LB and Clicio told to you something about the angle you need to shoot to get the optimal view. That comprise both if you use a 6D Mark II or if you use a potato..
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Yamadori Sabina Juniper 8 months 2 weeks ago #51413

Felidae wrote: Auk, this will be a stunner!

Auk wrote: OK... I know. The quality of the pictures... I'll use a real camera next time :)

Well.. LB and Clicio told to you something about the angle you need to shoot to get the optimal view. That comprise both if you use a 6D Mark II or if you use a potato..


The angle is correct as it shows what I wanted to show. It's the lighting and my phone not focussing...
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Yamadori Sabina Juniper 3 days 22 hours ago #57258

Might just be time for a little update>
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Yamadori Sabina Juniper 3 days 19 hours ago #57273

leatherback wrote: Might just be time for a little update>


Took it to Bruno Weijman's where we had a workshop with the club.
So yeah, guess it's time for an update.
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Yamadori Sabina Juniper 1 day 23 hours ago #57297

So, here's that update, with, as usual, a bad photo.
I liked the silhouette it makes though :D
There are two pots on the photo, one that Bruno said it will fit in and that would look nice. One that I purchased recently, that's slightly bigger and imho nicer.
We'll see...

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Yamadori Sabina Juniper 7 hours 42 minutes ago #57341

Wow sorry I missed this posts, that´s a very nice little yamadori juniper!!!
However the styling killed it .... it hid the most interesting part, and the crown is wayyy toooo big.
And it looks like being cut around the emergency triangle you carry in your car.
Sorry AUK but you have to make justice to this tree.
I believe you can do better than the guy in the workshop!
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Yamadori Sabina Juniper 7 hours 19 minutes ago #57342

Mimo wrote: Wow sorry I missed this posts, that´s a very nice little yamadori juniper!!!
However the styling killed it .... it hid the most interesting part, and the crown is wayyy toooo big.
And it looks like being cut around the emergency triangle you carry in your car.
Sorry AUK but you have to make justice to this tree.
I believe you can do better than the guy in the workshop!

What!!?! I'm always use my emergency triangel . Now I'm confused. :ohmy:
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Yamadori Sabina Juniper 5 hours 23 minutes ago #57344

Mimo wrote: I believe you can do better than the guy in the workshop!


That guy is a sensei and famous in the Netherlands!

I'm not going to change it now :)
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