Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Back "home"?

It's no longer "home", but it's not totally a foreign country either, so I don't really know what to call it anymore! The thing is, however, that I'm back to Paris today, to spend a few days with my family and to complete a few administrative tasks that I did not have the time to complete last month. I will have very little time to take photos, but I will try to, in order to end this blog as beautifully as possible ;-) 

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  1. Eric, thanks for years of pleasure and for making a great city personal. I wish you all the best!

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  2. I'm very happy to hear that you are able to be with your family over the Christmas holidays. However, I'm sad to think that you are going to close your blog -- you will be missed. But until the last day comes, I look forward to the photos that you will share!

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  3. You can refer to it as your old stomping grounds.

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  4. I've had PDP on my bookmarks toolbar since 2005. I will miss it, like many others. I know you won't miss the work of keeping it up. I understand and support your decision. You brought many people together. As Rick said to Ilsa: "We'll always have Paris Daily Photo." -Jeff

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    1. LOL! Yeah and it's thanks to PDP that I got to meet you!

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  5. I've been a regular for eight years. I'll miss the blog, Eric! You might miss it, too, but probably not for long! Merry Christmas!

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    1. It's time for me to move on to another project, from Malta. Stay tuned ;-)) I don't want to never hear about you guys anymore!

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  6. It's not "goodbye" but "see you around". Merry Christmas.

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  7. How are we going to find out about you Eric? Will you post messages on Facebook if you decide to resume the blog or create a new one?

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    1. Yes, Facebook is definitely the best way to keep in touch, even if some of you don't like it too much.

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  8. There you go using the e-word again! :~}
    I love what Jeff said, and I think I'll miss everyone's comments almost as much as I'll miss you and the daily dose of Paris.

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    1. I know, it's kinda like neighbors, that you chat with avery morning;-)

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  9. Thank you for all the wonderful pictures of our favorite city, and I hope your new life is joyful and wonderful. Perhaps you'll open a new blog someday. Never say "Never"!

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  10. Peace and joy to you and your family this holiday! I am not sure what I will do when you are no longer greeting me each day. You and your artistry will be missed (not to mention the wonderful morsels of local color commentary)!

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    1. Merci Robin, I'm sure you'll find a replacement!

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  11. Oh, that word, "end", was an arrow to my heart. Your quirky point of view and enthusiasm for discovery will be missed; your beautiful pictures and your insider commentary will be missed; your enviable Parisian-ness and your lovely knowledge of the city will be missed; your spontaneity and your sense of fun and your humanity and your artistry, and … YOU will be ever so missed!

    I'm wishing you and yours all the joys of the holiday season, and a most delightful and successful New year.

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  12. It's the Final Countdown...................gulp!

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  13. Hello Eric,

    I have been following your blog since my husband and I planned our anniversary trip to Paris in 2008. Since then, your blog has become my home page and I have been fortunate to see a new photo of the loveliest city in the world, each day. Thank you, thank you, thank you for the beautiful and amazing photographs! I'm wishing you the best in all your future endeavors. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    Christine

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  14. Paris will forever be your home town.

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  15. I followed your blog for six years and I will miss this daily dose of Paris, of inspiration, awesome photos. You have a great eye to find the right moment and angle combined with fantastic writing. Hope to see your next project. This is a big loss for the DP.
    I wish you all the best for your future.

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