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This is Pinus Parviflora, the Japanese Five Needle Pine grown in the Moyogi #Bonsai style. Moyogi bonsai is quite similar to Chokkan style bonsai in that the tree has a tapering, upright trunks with the branches being thickest and broadest at the bottom and thinnest and shortest at the top. But the trunk itself is not straight. It will angle or snake its way skywards, but the apex of the tree should be positioned directly over the point where the tree enters the soil. Another favoured aspect of Moyogi style Bonsai is the positioning of the branches – they should protrude from the outer sides of the curved trunk, not from the inside as this would never happen in the wild. Photographed at dusk at the Montreal Botanical Garden’s exquisite collection of Bonsai. I hope you like it. • • • • • #stayandwander #WHPseasons #beautifuldestinations #wildernessculture #passionpassport #discoverearth #natgeoadventures #ourcamplife #earthfocus #exploretocreate #whereeveryougo #greatnorthcollective #modernvoyage #earthpix #hypebeast #theweekoninstagram #agameoftones #moodygrams #lensbible #WHPinspired #Electric_Shotz #photoartcrew #ArtOfVisuals #leica #leicacamera #leicacraft #leicam #blackandwhite #Montreal

Location: Montreal Botanical Garden