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About Chessa

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    Junior Member
  • Birthday 10/10/1971

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  • Location:
    Nomadic by season.
  • Interests
    Nature, music, books, long distance walks and Via Ferrata.
  • Occupation
    Garden/Grounds/Tree maintenance.(Self-Employed). Herb grower. (Farmed)flower picker. Poet.
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    UK and Europe

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  1. Sunshine

    Secret is: take it slow...slow burn, like the sun. Move with depth, like the massaging heat of sunshine, penetrating your body and your skin; think as crystal clear as the sky; and move with deliberate efficient strength. Plus, there is always tomorrow waiting to be filled. Your muscles will remember and your mind will follow. Slow. Slow burn and radiate your smile. ☀️
  2. Sunshine

    Resting under the cherry blossom and rhodi’s in hot orange and black Kevlar...four men, tools down and lunch-time smiles; wood-shave-scent baking in the sun, the sun, the sun.
  3. Sunshine

    All those working out in the bright sunshine today and warm breeze - basking and frisky at the same time!
  4. Intimacy with Trees

    Facinating to see the varied reactions to this. : )
  5. Intimacy with Trees

    Intimacy with trees. https://www.treegirl.org/ This is one of her own photos from her website. I’d love to get her book. A refreshingly natural outlook on intimacy.
  6. Meetings with remarkable trees, the Arbtalk version

    Elm trees untouched by the Dutch Elm Disease of yesteryear, and Willows, mosses, ivy, reeds and ferns in the wetlands of Holy Vale Wildlife Trust nature reserve on St Mary’s, Isles of Scilly.
  7. Meetings with remarkable trees, the Arbtalk version

    A delicate and lush Tree Fern on Tresco. Isles of Scilly. February 2018. (Before the rare snow).
  8. Meetings with remarkable trees, the Arbtalk version

    It looks to me like a sculpture of a person upside-down, with face, arms and body buried in the earth, and their flailing limbs kicking high into the blue skies of Tresco. Isles of Scilly.
  9. Mouldy birch

    Thank you one and all!
  10. “Tree Alphabet”

  11. “My husband is kind. He always brings me honey”. So much shared love and understanding behind these words and actions.
  12. Mouldy birch

    Thank you to both above. It is as I feared, but there is at least some hope!
  13. Mouldy birch

    Mouldy birch for personal use: can I burn it? (Once it’s dried out in the hotly ancipated warmth of summer).
  14. “Superwood”



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