Indeed Carrots, I stand (to attention) corrected. It most certainly is an artistic representation of both the female form and the art of rock climbing al fresco (see my cunning attempt at restoring worldlyness by using a foreign lenguage there?)
Oh, sure.. it all looks so artistic and artsy in the photos.. but they don't show you the lacerations and abrasions and bruises from rubbing lush female nakedness across unforgiving rock, they don't show you her falling and getting a rock hard stalagmite[ stalactite? , I can never rmemeber which one sticks up and which one hangs down ] caught in her ladybits....[ hmmmm.. maybe a second edition for the S&M market, there ..]
then again, maybe a bit of a pose ' pole dancing' al fresco with a long, hard jutting surface might just put the calendar into ' best seller ' market...
all nice and pastoral, bet she wouldn't fare well on the North Face of the Eiger!