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Tie a ladder to the tree (or climb it) and use a bow saw to take sections off, starting as high as you can.It is easily cuttable (it appears to be fairly thin) without recourse to a chainsaw. A bow saw with a fresh blade is so much safer. Use a short rope, tied just above and below the cut and the bits will not fall far. You can let them down on the rope once they are dangling safely. No fuss and lots of control.Plus none of that damned noise that a chainsaw makes.I've done that on several occasions and have all my limbs. You can't guarantee that with a chainsaw, especially if you aren't very skilled.