Bonsai Seasons: Spectacular Fall Colors.

One of the things I like most about Bonsai is the fact that it is a living art. Bonsai trees change over time as well as through the seasons.
Fall might just be the most spectacular time to enjoy deciduous Bonsai; this is the time when leaves change color, resulting in dramatic appearances of the trees.
Bonsai artist Luis Vallejo (from Spain) agreed to do a series with Bonsai Empire; the seasons of Bonsai.
The first edition is the Fall. Enjoy these amazing photos!
Fall-Zelkova
Acer Palmatum Bonsai tree
Acer Palmatum “deshojo” Japanese maple
Country of origin: Japan. Hiroshi Takeyama. It belong to Luis Vallejo Bonsai Collection since 1991.
Acer Buergerianum Bonsai
Acer Buergerianum (Miq) Trident maple
Country of origin: Japan. It was the tree exhibit in the tokonoma in 1991 when the ex-prime minister Felipe Gonzalez visit Mansei-en. It belong to Luis Vallejo Bonsai Collection since 1993.
Diospyros Virginiana bonsai
Diospyros Virginiana bonsai closeup
Diospyros virginiana (L) American persimmon
Country of origin: Japan. Toru Suzuki. It belong to Luis Vallejo Bonsai Collection since 1996.
Zelkova serrata Bonsai tree
Zalkova serrata (Thunb) Japanese zelkova
Country of origin: Japan. A present from the Nobel prize Gabriel García Márquez to the ex-prime minister Felipe Gonzalez in 1990. It belong to Luis Vallejo bonsai collection since 1996.
Ginkgo Biloba bonsai tree
Ginkgo biloba(L)  Ginkgo.
Country of origin: Japan.Hiroshi Terakawa. A present from Luis Vallejo to the ex-prime minister Felipe Gonzalez. It belong to Luis Vallejo Bonsai Collection since 1996.
Fagus Crenata bonsai tree
Fagus crenata (Blume) Japanese beech
Country of origin: Japan. Mansei-en, Saburo Kato. First prize deciduous tree, Noelanders Trophy XIV 2013. It belong to Luis Vallejo Bonsai Collection since 2007.
Crataegus Bonsai tree
Crataegus cuneata (Tourn) Japanese hawthorn
Country of origin: Japan. It belong to Luis Vallejo Bonsai Collection since 2012.
Autumn bonsai closeup
Autumn shot
Closeup on a Bonsai forest. It belong to Luis Vallejo Bonsai Collection.
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