Agent Triple P has a meeting with a lady from Iran today. It is our second meeting and what a gorgeous creature she is! Many years ago we had a girlfriend who was an air hostess (as they were then called) for a Middle Eastern airline and she had several friends from Iran Air. Goodness me, those Iranian ladies were lovely!
Anyway, we haven't featured any Persian art before but our al fresco sex season enables us to post this anonymous but charming painting, done sometime in the nineteenth century, of a gentleman taking his lady from behind. Now Triple P, of course, favours the rear entry position, more often than not (to the extent that a former girlfriend moaned that most people considered her bust her best feature but Triple P never bothered to look at it) but the standing up position does require some adjustment as regards angle of attack, especially if the lady is petite (Triple P is 6' 1"). In this position, having something for the lady to brace against is useful as it enables her to present her rear end in a more accessible way. This lady has found a perfect young tree for the purpose (although we question, from a horticultural point of view, a tree with such a thick trunk but small upper branches).
Our first lady against a tree came (so to speak) about twenty years ago with our particular friend S from Vancouver. We were attending an insurance conference at the splendid Banff Springs Hotel in Alberta and after the conference dinner decided to walk back via a small detour into the woods (S wanted to see the Bow Falls in the moonlight, or some such). S needed to relieve herself and claimed she couldn't wait the few minutes it would take to get back to our room (actually she just enjoys doing it outside, if the truth be told) so we stepped a few yards into the trees. Both of us then feeling more relaxed she suggested that I then "take her against the tree" (I suspect she used a rather more vulgar word). So, with her suitably braced on the trunk (arms out in front of her, evening dress up around her hips), we did. Treemendous!