Before and after by Alfredo Salaccione (Bonsailab.) The after version is so wildly unique that you'll most likely recognize if you stumble upon it five years from now. And what a dramatic change. The way the branching and foliage has been moved and refined is dramatic enough, but then there's the deadwood (upper left on the after shot) that has risen to new heights. I'm not sure how this was done. Alfredo Salaccione doesn't say what the tree is, but based on some other trees on his timeline, and based on the way the foliage looks in the before shot, I'm going to guess Mugo pine.
Continuing with our recent Before and After theme. we’ve got some good ones for you from our recently discovered Bonsailab. The artist is Alfredo Salaccione and, as you can see, the trees are remarkable. As an extra plus they’re all dated so you can get a good idea of just how long these transformations take. My only complaint (and it’s an old one of mine) is that the varieties aren’t identified.
Once again, we’re running out of time, so we’ll let you provide your own commentary on the rest of the trees shown here.
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