Autumn, bonsai, and dappled sunlight


I took this photo yesterday, and for whatever reason, I kinda liked it. The large cork bark maple on the left, in particular, is getting some nice color. Fall is such a rewarding time to enjoy bonsai, and though I’m not sure if someone else already started a similar thread in the past, but if you are so inclined to post, it would be great to see your trees in autumn (and this forum can always use more pics of bonsai trees!)

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Japanese Larch

Trident Maple with a fancy stand

Japanese Maple early in development, but good color

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Euonymus Alatus with shadow

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Pomegranate, expecting to refine lil by lil over next years tho.

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Japanese maple

Pomegranate

Valley oak

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A few of my trees this fall…






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Larchs, oak and shohin maple…

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@Michel what species of oak is the above? Awsome !

Hi Kurt. Thanks. It was collected in Italy. Sessile oak (quercus petraea).

Sorry, not sessile, pubescent…



My maple and a shohin zelkova.

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Love seeing the fall colors! Here’s a few that I managed to get pictures of before the colors passed. Beech, Ginkgo, Azalea
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We don’t get much color in Texas, but here are a couple:shantung maple on the left and acer palmatum var. on the right.

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