Meetings with agents are never casual affairs. They are carefully choreographed events meant to assure the case officer does not become the target of an ambush. Unfortunately, opportunity may knock without warning and there’s insufficient time for proper planning. In such cases, a plan used for a previous meeting may be hastily pulled from the shelf and reused. It’s basic and simple, and it’s known as a Walk in the Park. In this painting, the meeting is taking place in London’s Hyde Park.