My son Daniel is just finishing off his Creative Media course at Tech and part of his course was to create a promotional video. Thinking, what’s in this for me 🙂 , I suggested that he do one for my club, The Northern Ireland Bonsai Society. It’s taken a while to get all the bits and pieces together and it took a deadline for my son to get his act together :-), but he has now produced this 10 minute video looking at the history of the club and what we have to offer. We had a few technical issues along the way, and some of the video content isn’t as good quality wise and it should be. However, as a freebie, I think this will work well for the club.
Here are two more videos from Jose Acuna’s youtube channel showing Kokufu market related happenings.
I’m sure most of you follow happenings at centrobonsaitenerife.blogspot.com , but just in case you don’t, here’s a few of Jose Acuna’s latest video uploads from Japan. Well worth a look, fascinating to see just how things work around the Kokufu Ten and the bonsai markets. Loads more videos on his YouTube Channel . Also loads of photos on his blogsite. I use Google Chrome as my browser and the translate function works a treat for those out there who don’t speak Spanish. Personally I think Bonsai is a language of its own 🙂
Nearly 3500 of this hits on my blog have come via Jose’s website. It’s only right that I return the compliment 🙂
As I sit here waiting for my trees to waken up in the Spring I can’t help but look forward to the forth coming British Shohin Association Exhibition. I plan to make the trip over to this in March and maybe even get a tree exhibited.
I have made many new friends through this blog and this will be an opportunity for me to actually meet a few face to face. To get in the mood I’m going to share a few photos from past Exhibitions.
This is a short View clip of the show display area.
Jose was kind enough to add me to his blogs list a while back, hence the serious amounts of Spanish views I get here 🙂
I thought I would share this new video he’s created. I just love the fast forward styling of the Juniper. There’s also an interesting pot choice at the end.