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This was alot of fun. It was an experiment in using Titebond to fill cracks. That part did not work very well but I had to find out for myself. I have been working on form, trying to get a better curve and a better foot. This is Juniper, about 8" across, Danish oil w/ a couple of coats from the handy rattle can. Don't look too close at the finish.

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That is an absolutely beautiful bowl! I love the grain color and contrast!
 

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How about a picture from above so we can see the whole bowl ? Thanks : )
 

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Great bowl. Nice job.
 

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Good lookin bowl!! Great color
 

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Absolutlly Beautiful!!

Thanks for sharing
 

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Nice job Mark, I like the top rim, beautiful piece of timber, your form is pretty good to me. :)
 

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Jim J. is right: the contrast is very pleasing to the eye. The colors are warm and very compatible with each other (as only nature can match it). I do not know why, but looking at this Juniper bowl, it came to my mind a Native American Horse … an Indian Horse.
You did a great bowl.
 

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Great job on this. I too like the contrast in the Juniper. I just cut down some juniper in my garden and I've sliced it up, so it won't be turned, but it seems to be a good wood to work with.
 
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