The new collection, autumn 2011 - Olive tree No1

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The new collection, autumn 2011 - Olive tree No1

Post  Greg on Sun Sep 25, 2011 5:39 pm


Yesterday was a yamadori hunting day. I was lucky enough to get one piece.What else than an olive tree!!

Iam not sure if we are getting better or worst with the new collected material, but for sure I can say that we are more selectively.

The tree is relatively big with a huge base and an interesting trunk movement as you can see from the following photos. 70cm tall and potted in a training pot of 50cm diameter. Further to the main trunk there are 2-3 secondary trunks coming out all the way from the the huge base.

Iam very concerned if is better to reduce height and remove the secondary trunks.
What do you think ?

The last photo is a not so successful virtual. Any ideas?

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Re: The new collection, autumn 2011 - Olive tree No1

Post  stavros on Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:14 pm

Lovely piece !!!....and I thought you were going for a walk in nature Smile Smile
I would consider reducing the size later, once i have new branches.

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Re: The new collection, autumn 2011 - Olive tree No1

Post  Savvas P. on Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:23 pm

that was our major argument Stavro,the size!!!!its quiite tall as it is but as you said it will all depend on the new growth......Surely we are getting better...thats the whole point anyway isnt it?

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Re: The new collection, autumn 2011 - Olive tree No1

Post  Greg on Mon Sep 26, 2011 6:10 pm

It was a successful walk in nature thumbs up

Iam not sure about the height reduction Rolling Eyes

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