bon·sai (bone-sigh) n.
Etymology: Japanese, literally, tray planting; a potted plant (as a tree) dwarfed and trained to an artistic shape by special methods of culture
Also: the art of growing such a plant
Bonsai Bruce visited the show on May 6th, 2006. It was substantially better than last year, at least from a photographic point of view.
I believe I photographed every tree in the exhibit. I've presented them here. This year, I have done absolutely NO editing on the photographs (okay... I cropped the pictures of the topiary at the entrance to EPCOT!) -- no color correction, no cropping, nothing!
I strongly suggest that you select the Album, and then choose to view its Slideshow... if you want information about a picture you can click on it, and you'll see all the available options, including seeing the raw image from my camera. Purists want to see the detail, and that just isn't available in a resized version.
I retain the copyright to all my photographs, but if you see something you'd like to use somewhere, don't hesitate to email me and let me know what you'd like to use it for... maybe we can work something out.
I've copied all data directly from the display cards, even when there seems to be a spelling error.
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