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Naturalistic interpretation of a landscape photo. Driftwood, birch branches and Ranunculus. Freestyle ikebana is a lot about interpreting.

Imelda Iraeta from El Salvador used horsetail and carnations to create her ikebana floral arrangement at the Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco, Calif., on Tuesday, March 8, 2011. Photo: Liz Hafalia, The Chronicle

Ikebana International flower show in San Francisco

Imelda Iraeta from El Salvador used horsetail and carnations to create her ikebana floral arrangement at the Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco, Calif., on Tuesday, March Photo: Liz Hafalia, The Chronicle / SF

Chinese flower arrangement, lotus in a dish. Designed by Master Li Lishu of Taiwan, Republic of China

Chinese flower arrangement, Lotus in a dish. Designed by Master Li Lishu of Taiwan, Republic of China

一花一葉 by アツシ One Flower One Leaf by Atsushi

Ikebana - love the word, Japanese flower arranging, performed in silence, a spiritual creation. My Aunt Dot perfected such display (not in silence that I remember) but with great talent.

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