Now that’s funny!!!! 🙂
On Friday we had Robert Porch with us at our Club Night. His lighthearted approach was appreciated by the members, even those he literally dragged up to the front to help with the demo!
The main point made during the evening was that bonsai for everyone watching was a hobby and that we should be doing it for enjoyment. I think we can safely say that we enjoyed our night. As usual some photos.
John’s large Japanese Black Pine grown from seed gets a first styling.
Hugh’s big larch on display.
Small Larch getting styled by Robert
Stephen gets dragged up for his input 😉
Now it’s Graham’s turn
Some great shots of an ancient Yew here on Bryan’s Blog.
Recently whilst on a visit to a workplace I took another opportunity to visit an ancient yew. This time in the village of Overton.
As many folk know, church yards around the UK have very ancient specimen. Many of which are registered on the www.Ancient-Yew.org
Looking at photos is one thing, but being in the presence of a 1000yr+ tree is something else. This set of photographs is of particular importance and the main Tree has been designated one of Wales National Wonders.
Here are some of my photos…
This Yew Tree is reported to be between 1500 and 2000 yrs old.
Other Trees in and around Overton’s Church Yard: