One month ago, during the last days of January, we had our first blogger meet up when Deniz (Photostorming) & Türker came to visit Barcelona and we took some pics that we think would be fun to share – no matter how late it is, oops! As anticipation, the previous days I had that type of feelings when at the same time you’re very excited and looking forward something mixed with some clairvoyance moments realizing you’re in fact the shiest person out there and the most probable thing is that I wasn’t able to say a single sensible thing.
Of course when we met I discovered the same lovely Deniz behind the words I read in her blog. Both had a wonderful conversation and were friendly and funny. Thankfully they had lots of interesting stories to tell about their country and their traditions, which I always find fascinating, and of course we talked a little about Barcelona and their plans here.
We had a lunch at a Catalan tapas restaurant called El Velódromo, which we thought would fit nicely with their architectonical and decoration tastes, luckily they seemed to agree! The restaurant is located in an old bar which has been remodelled wisely keeping the retro charm with their green couches and lamps.
Deniz and Türker are unstoppable creators and also seized their trip to take pictures and make some interviews with local artists for the new edition of their magazine called match up. The magazine is in Turkish but they have recently launched a website with some content translated in case you’re curious to see. One fun note, one of the models they booked for a photo-shoot of a clothing line, is one of my work colleagues, I think he performed great!
Thanks Deniz & Türker for your kindness, I hope you’re ready to deal with us again in the future!
Have you ever had a blogger/internet-friend meeting? How was it?
It’s great how blogging / the internet allows us to meet great people in real life. Thanks for sharing these (nice!) pictures and moments with us!
Greetings from Paris :)
Agree Naelle! I am very happy with all the wonderful & inspiring people this blogging world is allowing me to meet (virtually or physically) :)
What a nice meet up you two! I’m happy to read
things went well and even had a nice feast together!
If you’re all have the same things you like and
interests, conversations should come off naturally
and eventually it will sound like you guys have
known each for years c:
I’d love to meet you too someday!
It would be so cool to meet you Mei! :) I hear you, conversation with online friends naturally flows with common interests & the regard for each other is already there before meeting ♥
So sweet and you guys look so happy in these photos – definite friends! How awesome to have met online – the power of blogging right there :) :) I get super nervous meeting new people too, I’m such a shy person deep down (or not even that deep down!) lol
Power of blogging indeed! :) Hahhaha our meet up would be so much fun, both our shyness in action LOL :)
They look like such nice people, I bet you had a lot of fun together! Blogger meet ups are always interesting.
Although I am sooo very shy I am looking forward the next blogger meet up ;)
i love your smiles! so cute!
Oh what a nice day with you guys!! The place you chose was exactly the one of our type :) and the food was so delicious. It was so nice to meet you two in the real life too, xoxo.
Big hug! So glad you liked it! :) I smile every time I see something about Istanbul I think we should visit your cosmopolite city in a near future :)
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