It takes a lot of experience and strong sense of design to effect a transformation as good as this one. The tree is a Scot's pine (Pinus sylvestris) and the artist is Martin Bonsai Kolacia.
I don’t read a word of Czech, so aside from figuring out that Martin Bonsai Kolacia lives in The Czech Republic (it’s the cz at the end of his url that gave him away) and that he has inserted Bonsai into the middle of his name, there’s not too much more I can say about him. If you’d like do your own research here’s your link to his fb page and here’s his website.
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Before. If you don't mind, stop for a moment and ask yourself if you could see the potential that Martin saw in this tree. If you can and have the skills to execute a transformation as compelling as his, please send us some photos of your trees
Getting close. That's rebar, by the way. There's also some guy wire. Both are about taming the helter-skelter, flying off in all directions mess you see in the before photo and bringing it down and together into a coherent whole
After some more wiring and trimming. Natural beauty
Apologies for the fuzz, but I wanted a closer look at the trunk. Particularly its base
And just in case you missed it... this section could be a cascading bonsai by itself