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Zyra in photoshoot with Toxic Drums!


Zyra's Issue133 front page picture may appear a bit dark on some computer monitor screens, but it was getting towards the end of the day as the co-branding modelling photoshoot continued.

Without further ado, here's a mention of Toxic Drums, which is a website in the affiliate business like Zyra, and which also has a great many pages of interesting content about all sorts of things.

This photoshoot is somewhat in contrast to the previous front page picture at Zyra.org.uk , where you could see Zyra with the Panama Canal. However, that wasn't a co-branding opportunity, and besides, the Panama Canal is in a quite different line of business! Still, it would be nice if there was a Panama Canal Affiliate Program.

Notice the change in hair colour. Zyra's hair colour in this shot is dark blue, so dark in fact that it's had to be adjusted to emphasise the colour. That's what happens with putting on a whole can of Special Effects USA blue and leaving it to "burn-in" all day.

Anyway, here's the full-sized picture. I hope it's had time to load while you've been reading this text! ...

Zyra and Toxic Drums

The adjustment in relative size was a requirement for the front page picture, as Zyra is considerably smaller physically than three forty gallon drums. Here's what the picture would have looked like on a 1:1 scale basis...

Zyra and Toxic Drums

Still too dark, though!

Also see: some interesting modelling shots , A-Z index , and other pages.

The tax exile saga continues, and at the time of writing this page, the first 40ft container had been filled. It had to be a high-cube 40ft container, so as to have enough headroom to get this vintage caravan inside.

Are you going to have a look at Toxic Drums ? It is well worth having a browse around!

Update: Here's a version of the picture lightened, thanks to Jamuna of Playa Community, Coronado, Panama.

Zyra and Toxic Drums

Update: Here's a version of the picture lightened, thanks to Jamuna of Playa Community, Coronado, Panama.