I hope you are not still mad at me for the long absence from the blog: I'm back for good I promise and from now on I won't forget about my creature and you all anymore.
I will just put an alarm inside of my head and whenever it rings I'll know it's time for a new post, or maybe I could try some old fashion remedy such as putting a ribbon around my wrist as a reminder.
I'm sure that wouldn't work tho… I'd probably end up thinking: "Oh what a nice idea I had of putting this there, looks nice!"/"Wtf what was I thinking…a ribbon?!".
Anyway… as my last defence I'm going to tell you that despite being away for so long I was actually putting together material for my blog and editing and doing all the usual things that I do early in the morning when my flatmate is still deeply into Morpheus' world while I am sitting in the kitchen sipping endless (and huge) cups of coffee (loving coconut water too, must try!).
That's why when I went to Florence over Christmas to meet up with the team of Reykjavik Boulevard I took some photographs of the beautiful city which I wanted to share with you.
I must say that being there during Christmas time made me realize that not only in my home town and in venice Christmas decorations are definitely a fail, but probably in the entire country we are just not made for these.
Well, my "meh.." reaction to the supposed-to-be Christmassy of the city could be the result of me living in Dublin, a city which definitely comes alive at Christmas and shines bright (like a diamond… cit.) as if there was daylight at night too or as if we were in some Scandinavian country where they experience the midnight sun or something like that (next trip must be planned soon…).
But still, despite the lack of Christmas magic, some of the decorations were actually really nice.
Moreover, a city like Florence surely doesn't need decorations to be beautiful, as it has its own magic and brightness at any stage of the year.
The weather was also much less cold than in Vicenza (where it was f-r-e-e-e-e-e-z-i-n-g) so in the end there were all the factors for a very enjoyable day: nice people, nice projects for the future to talk about, the concept-store tour we had in search for places where to showcase the creative guide
seriously, some of the coolest shops I've ever seen…
and nice weather.
Plus: food, and I mean… food.
I hope you enjoy these!
Take a guess: what do you think I used to shot these photographs?
What do you think of the result?
Very curious to know your opinions…