Here is an image from a long time ago, probably close to 30 years ago. Here is a current image. Now before anyone gets too harsh let me tell a little about the tree. I originally bought the tree when I was about 14 years old (I'm now 61). It was a stick all those years ago and still pretty much is. It has an inverse taper about midway up and does not follow strick design elements. I also wish it was a little more compact. Some good things about it, It shows some age and has a natural look to it and is nice to look at. Flaws and all. What I find interesting is how the truck developed character and curves on its own over the years. As the first image shows it had a second trunk. I got rid of it because it was too straight and I thought too high and detracted from the main tree. Now I'm thinking I'll restyle it with the second trunk back in, as you can see from the wired branch. I'm also growing out a few branches here and there and will work on the knob in the roots in the future. The low branches on the right pay tribute to the tendency of olives to sprout foliage low like that and they also helped thicken the trunk over the years. So, thoughts on what would make it better? Will the second trunk work? Would removing any major branches improve the look? Etc. Thanks!