2013 Photo Bloopers!

In some ways, the outtakes from this year’s photo sessions are more revealing and worthwhile than the ‘good’ ones. To protect the innocent, no names are released here. My apologies to anyone who is recognized.

Happy Holidays everyone!

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12 Comments

  1. Jeffrey Robson says:

    Lov’em

  2. Lucia says:

    awesome!

  3. Jennifer Williams says:

    My fav… you and baby kitty…adorable!!!

  4. Cindy Rodkin says:

    nice one Michael – merry jesus and happy jingle bells to you too 🙂 x

  5. dangerousbry says:

    Sometimes you just gotta post the bloopers!!!
    Great job! Look forward to seeing a whole load more from you guys in the new year!!

    Repotting etc of some of that awesome Yamadori 😉

    Happy New Year!!!

  6. BonsaiSouthAfrica says:

    Thank you for these, it really made me laugh out loud. Wishing you a very blessed 2014:-)))

    Caroll Hermann 082 579 5500 082 567 7583

    carollh@telkomsa.net hermannc@unizulu.ac.za

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  7. Great photos, Michael! I love the half human- half bonsai pictures!

    Moss tower man is my favorite!

  8. Graham says:

    Thanks for another great year of posts Michael. Looking forward to seeing you in October.
    Happy bonsai filled new year.
    Cheers Graham

  9. LSBonsai says:

    Hi Michael,

    The first picture appears to be some sort of larch. Is this a collected western or alpine larch? L. laricina is one of my favourite species yet the western ones have been slow to make it to the bonsai scene. Is there a reason for this? I would really like to hear your opinion on western larches for bonsai.

    Thank you for all the informative articles,

    Aaron

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