Is this the example of bonsai gardening? The java moss on the wood definetly has that feel to it, but the unruly foreground and other plants around the wood have a more chaotic look that detracts from the strict order, balance, and serenity of a bonsai garden. When you look at a bonsai tree or garden, it has a very stark, isolated look to it. I would think a more accurate representation of a bonsai would be the wood with the moss and very little else. More negative space emphasises the order of the bonsai.