Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Hey you!


Somebody obviously lost a glove and passers by, instead of leaving it on the pavement, put it on a pole (there are plenty of poles in Paris to prevent cars from parking on sidewalks!). It's surely not the PDP photo of the year but I thought it was a cute way of waving at you and thanking you for all your best wishes in the latest comments. I'm back from Normandy and off to Boston now, but I will continue posting, of course.

35 comments:

  1. YAY! I'm first! Woo Hoo! And I'll take a purple (my FAVE color!) wave from Paris anyday! Specially when it's from none other than our very own Mr. PDP! OH! You neglected to tell us what "rue" this is on! How's Normandy? ;-)

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  2. Hey Ame! Normandy was fine but pretty cold and misty.

    I took this photo on rue de la Grange Batelière (small street, you won't know it).

    I'm going to bed now, I have to wake up very EARLY!

    Happy new year Ame.

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  3. Boston! Why you're only three hours away from me - that's nothing! If you have some time to kill this week I'll just pop over and say hi!

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  4. Dear Eric, as a present for christmas I would like to be admitted again in DPB list and not in the photoblog list. Thank you.

    frederik

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  5. Merry Christmas, Eric.

    Have fun and have a safe trip to Boston.
    Nice picture!

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  6. From Normandy to Boston? It's quite a trip.
    Nice picture anyway. It looks like Mickey Mouse's hand!

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  7. j'espère qu'Eric exaucera ton vœu Frederik!
    you jolly well deserve it!
    Congratulations for your marvelous photos of Milan.

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  8. Of course Frederik. Give me one more day and I'll sort this out. Sorry for the delay.

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  9. Eric,
    Read your email, please. Love the "Hi" from the purple glove. Real fun photo!

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  10. Hi everybody, just love tis pic, it's really funny and have something special, it's makes me smile :)
    Have a nice Christmas time in your travel!

    madrid dailyphoto blog

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  11. Hey you!
    "It's not easy being purple" (or is it green?), but I love the pic, very whimsical.
    Have a super time in Beantown, but don't forget about us;-)))

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  12. *Waves back in red gloves*

    Have a great time in Boston. :)

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  13. Love the glove!!

    You'll be in Boston? Philadelphia's not that far away from there 8>D

    I'm off to Atlantic City to celebrate my birthday but will be back on Thursday.

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  14. Eric in Boston!!?? Je suis jalouse!!! Boston is my "Hometown" Eric...Bon Voyage!!! Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!!! Have a nice big Lobster for me!! Please try and visit the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on the Fenway...I think you will enjoy it very much!! It is one of my favorite places in Boston!! It is springtime in the garden there...year round!!

    http://www.gardnermuseum.org/

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  15. this one is super lovely...I know what I'll do when I find somebody's lost glove next time...whoever did it must have a great sense of humor!

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  16. this is quite cute. have a happy and safe trip to Boston.

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  17. Boston? Too cool for words, the famed Eric in the country where I live! Enjoy Boston and an absolute must-see there: the glass flower collection at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. I have seen it twice and was literally blown away each time.

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  18. Enjoy Boston, Eric. The area is really cool, and people are very friendly over there.

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  19. lol! That made me giggle. I agree that it looks kinda like Mickey's hand. It must be Bizarro-Mickey from an alternate universe! Have fun in Boston! Now if you'll excuse me, the Doctor Who Christmas special came out yesterday and I was just able to get it today. And now I must go drool over David Tennant for the 3rd time today! Fan-TAS-tic!

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  20. I like it. It made me smile.

    As for the poles, they do not seem to prevent parking on sidewalks, so they may as well wear gloves.

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  21. Elisabeth> I am hosting Eric for few days, and I will take him to the flower glass museum. Excellent idea indeed!! Thanks for this excellent suggestion!

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  22. I'm in Papua New Guinea where it is 32 degrees (celsius not farenhite) - so wintery pictures of Paris seem very out of season. Have been to Paris 4 or 5 times so am loving the snap shots of places I have seen and places I haven't. Will be there again in Sept/Oct so am making a list of your little corners of Paris to see. Absolutely luv your site - keep in going please!!!

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  23. Eric, I am ONE HOUR away from Boston, surely you've overlooked something?
    One Eric, so many Starbucks.

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  24. Boston? Where my roots are from. Enjoy Bean Town and try to get over to Quincy Marketplace....one of my favorite stops when I'm there.
    Happy New Year to you, Eric and safe journey back home.

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  25. Hi, Eric
    This is now my background on my desktop here at work. It certainly has been noticed. Hope you are enjoying Boston. Have a very safe and happy new year's celebration.

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  26. I love how you find these crazy shots and make a piece of art out of it!

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  27. this is soooo cuite!but it would be scary if that was sombody's hand

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