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This Photographer Captures the Beauty of the Bonsai Tree

I've always been amazed by the devotion and care it takes to 'train' a bonsai tree, meaning growing it and caring for it through it's development, which can take many many years, often resulting in the trees having multiple growers. Photographers Stephen Voss and Michael Hagedom have spent 2 years taking photos of these magnificent dwarf trees, and have even made a book of it -
In Training, a Book of Bonsai Photos.
Japanese White Pine, growing since 1625
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Rhododendron ‘Gunki’, growing since 1982
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Chinese Elm, growing date unknown
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Trident Maple, growing since 1985
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Crapemyrtle, growing since 2010
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Sargent’s juniper bonsai, growing date unknown
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Japanese Black Pine, growing date unknown
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California Juniper bonsai, growing since 1985
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Cedar Elm, growing since 1981
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California juniper, growing since 1985
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Chinese Elm, growing since 1946
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Sargent Juniper, growing since 1905
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Bald Cypress bonsai, growing since 1987
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Drummond Red Maple, growing since 1974
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California Juniper bonsai, growing since 1985
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Japanese Red Pine bonsai, growing since 1905
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Bald Cypress bonsai, growing since 1987
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Blue Atlas Cedar, growing since 1948
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You can see more photos on Stephen Voss's homepage
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