Sharing some trees I saw during our trip in San Diego. Also got to visit my friend Don Guilliams who owns bonsai trees at his beautiful downtown San Diego town house.
Originally posted on Bonsai Eejit:
Well, I’m home safe and have been trying to get get over my jet lag, worst I’ve ever had. I think I may have overdone just about everything on this trip. Nearly 3000 miles covered. A holiday to remember and I plan to share all the photos here once I…
Today is Sunday and it’s usually a good day for me to do something creative or just take a break from work. Work have been very busy and despite of being a Sunday, there’s always work for me to do and should be doing but decided I want to take some quick photos of my … More Where did the Thyme Go?
Today is Monday May 29th 2017. It is Memorial Day in America, a federal holiday to remember the men and women that died who served in the armed forces. It’s interesting that just minutes before I started writing this, that I just made that connection. Since today I’m not working, I usually have time to do other … More Appreciating Life Through Death
In several of my previous posts I have been using bonsai as a metaphor for life and as a life teacher. I’m going out of a limb and making it an announcement, I’m currently in the process of publishing a book that discuss the potential power of bonsai to help us with life. By coming out with a claim I you want to expect … More Making It Happen
After turning half a century this week, I was reflecting on the subject of age. “Half a Century” sounds very old to us humans but when you think about it, relative to old things, fifty (50) years is practically just a small blip in the time radar. Okay I maybe just making myself feel good here, you say. I admit, there’s … More Why Do Trees Live a Long Time? – A Reflection about Age
This is a juniper I’ve collected from someones landscape. I’ve written about it a couple of times. I decided to repot this in a corten metal pot. Metal Pot was custom sized and made. I wanted something different. The metal rust has a color similar to the trunk and also it’s changing like the tree.