|Enrico Savini working on a Juniperus from his |
student from Switzerland
|Tomaž worked on his Taxus|
|Nice and very positive working environment|
But despite the feeling that time passed in a blink of an eye some things will last for a long time. Lots of new knowledge, new experience and a great feeling will stay for a long time. Next to all this a new Juniper went home with me and became part of my collection.
|Some detail of the great natural deadwood|
I was extremely looking forward to finally take my Juniper home with me but the key purpose of the visit was to work on trees and above all learning. This time I worked on quite unusual Prunus Mahaleb, which became his first styling. The focus of the first styling was designing the dead wood, branch selection and basic positioning of the primary branches.
|Prunus Mahaleb yamadori starting material|
|Deadwood after the styling|