There's a lot going on with this one. Especially the two types of exposed roots - the long aerial roots growing down to the flat stone on the right, and the other set of roots fanning down the side of the large stone (the stone is another nice feature). I couldn't find the type tree (looks like it might be a Ficus) nor any info on the artist/owner. Unless the person who put the photo up is the owner (there's a name embedded in the Instagram address)
Just ventured onto Instragram for the first time. So far I like it. It’s an easy quick source for good photos, though there seems to be the usual social media information void. There are names embedded in the addresses, but they don’t necessarily give the information you want (especially plant varieties and the embedded names may or may not belong to the owner /artist).
Another stone and tree (looks like a Japanese white pine). The Instagram address for this photo has David Benavente Estudio Bonsai embedded. If you been following Bark for a while, or just following Bonsai (especially in Europe) you know who David is
Not from Instragram, but a great photo. It's from David Benavente's website. We featured it here on Bark in January, 2011