Bonsai Techniques II by John Yoshio Naka; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Bonsai. I know John is no longer with us, and it will only be a matter of time before his work becomes public domain, but I hate to see his work given. JOHN NAKA BONSAI TECHNIQUES 1 - John Naka Bonsai Techniques essentials of risk management pdf mbr manual user guide.
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Click to expand Please don't send the cops to come get me, they may uncover my sinister ring of illegal jaywalkers and that cutting I made that one time of a copyrighted CrEpe Myrtle! I was saying I don't know how the copyright laws work in regards to the site where this book was posted- is it a foreign website? Is the person who posted it foreign? Nobody here knows where, so it is virtually impossible to intelligently discuss the legality of his posting this book. Again, I sincerely doubt that a 35 year old book being scanned into a website is going to catch a second look from anybody who prosecutes for these types of things
Scan of drawing submitted by Mike Page. From the collection of Jim Smith, this sketch is of a Ficus salicifolia originally created by Mayna Hutchinson in In Jim acquired the tree and restyled it. From the collection of Jim Smith, this sketch is of a Ficus salicifolia that was created by Jim in The bonsai died last year due to hurricane damage. From the collection of Jim Smith, this sketch is of a Portulacaria afra Jim created in , his first Portulacaria.
Jim restyled it last year completely different. Jim asked John to make a sketch of this tree as a cascade, he did, but Jim never made the change.
It was in the National Bonsai Collection and has since died. In John spent a weekend with Jim's Study Group, Jim asked him to make a sketch of this bonsai in a new style, he did, but Jim never made the change.
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I used to have a copy so it was all review but what a great read anyway! Nice to have a copy online for reference Wish I could find volume 2 on this site also! Bonsai Nut Administrator Jun 9, Makes me sad I know John is no longer with us, and it will only be a matter of time before his work becomes public domain, but I hate to see his work given away for free without his permission. Eric Group said: Poink88 Imperial Masterpiece Jun 9, Mine didn't anyway.
If I could find mine, I'd be happy to get rid of it though. RKatzin Chumono Jun 9, I think anyone who payed to have such a great work should be pissed, I am.
Eric Group Masterpiece Jun 9, Bonsai Nut said: I was under the assumption this already was public domain, or they would have removed it But it also looks like the guy that posted it lives in another country, so who knows how all that works Last edited: Jun 10, RKatzin said: Neli Omono Jun 9, If one wants to there are ways to download it. Some body emailed it to me but it is from the same source.
Some things to think about: They profited by the sale and no additional money went to the author. He contributed articles, forewords, and photographs to a number of specialty magazines and books. Nina S. The title refers to the little recognized fact that, yes, even bonsai masters can make a mistake.
He was an honorary advisor to the National Bonsai Foundation. Other quotes of his included "Bonsai is not the result: that comes after. Your enjoyment is what is important"; "It must have philosophy, botany, artistry, human quality behind it to be a bonsai"; "The bonsai is not you working on the tree; you have to have the tree work on you"; and "Leave room for the birds to fly through" the branches of your bonsai.
Of Naka's many works, the most recognizable composition is Goshin , which means "protector of the spirit.