Floating clouds. Here’s an unusual tree for your enjoyment. Or, for your criticism if you feel the profusion of foliage pads is unnatural (given conventions these days, you might also say the pot is a little heavy, but I don’t think so). For me, it’s sheer delight. The tree belongs to Hsiu Yang, one of Taiwan’s many great bonsai artists.
Here’s the Spanish: Expocisión Anual de Arte Bonsai en Coyoacan. 4 al 7 de Octubre de 2012. Ven con nosotros al Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares en Coyoacan Av. Hidalgo # 289, Colonia Del Carmen Coyoacan, Ciudad de México.
And here’s a stab at English: Annual Expostion of Bonsai Art in Coyoacan. October 4-7, 2012. Join us at the National Museum of Popular Cultures in Coyoacan Av. Noble # 289, Cologne Of The Carmen Coyoacan, Mexico City
Normally, it might not occur to you to visit Belgium in January…
… but how about Madrid in October?
Or, maybe India in November?
A little closer to home, the Artisans Cup is on Facebook (your guess is as good as mine)