Silhouette shows are wonderful. Being able to see the fine ramification is always pleasing to me as it displays the intricacy of the tree. I wasn't able to attend due to a baby being born, but Sean Campbell from my Desert Bonsai Group was able to attend. Shout out to him for the photos he took while there.
I love how this tree breaks traditional "rules" of bonsai by not having the first branch 1/3 of the way up the trunk, and the branching doesn't alternate left to right. Also gotta love the pomegranate on it.
The trunk split on this one is fantastic as well as a great pyramidal shape of the canopy.
I love seeing multi-trunk bonsai as I feel is goes against the norm. I feel this pot is a bit over-sized, but regardless I loved this tree.
I'm not 100% sure what it is about this one that I admire. The scraggly bark, the pot choice, the nebari, the branching, I'm just not sure. Who cares? It's a good one.
Here is a slideshow of all of the photos taken. I didn't want to bore you with my opinion on all of the trees ;) Shoutout once again to Sean Campbell for the photos!