Monday, February 21, 2011

ABC Wednesday
for February 23rd, 2011

The Letter of note this week is F, and F is for Flash Mob

Twenty-two million people have already watched this Fantastic Flash dancing to Julie Andrews and the Sound of Music in the Antwerp Central Station.

Nevertheless it is the best one I have Found on my search tonight, so if you have already seen it, I hope you will enjoy it again!  I'm sure you will, - watch for the happy looks on the spectator's faces, and the spontaneous dance steps they do as they join in!



For more great F's visit here at ABC Wednesday with many thanks to Mrs. Nesbitt and her crew.

22 comments:

fweakijam said...

Thanks, this always makes me so happy!

Merry

Leslie: said...

I've seen a couple of this type of thing and it's always fascinating to watch! Wish I could be there! Have a wonderful week,

Leslie
ABCW Team

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I did enjoy it again and again! It always makes me smile and laugh and feel so much joy! Anything that does that is worth watching a hundred times or more. It has been a favorite of mine ever since it first came out! Thanks for posting it today! I love it! And how perfect for the F Day! Hope your week is off to a great start! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Roger Owen Green said...

yes, there was a flash mob of the HALLELUJAH chorus before Christmas.
cool.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Kim, USA said...

This fascinates me too. Love it!
ABC Wednesday-F

Misfit in Paradise said...

Flash mobs are such fun. Unfortunately they will never happen where I live. Only 1200 people in the town.
Donna - ABC Team

Kay L. Davies said...

Excellent choice for ABC's F day, Hildred.
22 million people - wow, I remember when that was the entire population of Canada, and I'm sure you do, too. :~)
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Jingle said...

entertaining,,,

ChrisJ said...

First time I've seen it. I do so love these Flash Mob escapades!

Cezar and Léia said...

How cool!I think of dancing all together it brings wonderful energy!
Thanks for sharing!
Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg

Reader Wil said...

Thank you! This was brilliant!!!! It's always a pleasure to come to your blog!

jabblog said...

I love these 'Flash' events. Maybe one day I'll see one live. Thank you for posting this - it's great.
(By the way, I agree with you - old battlefields, so often just innocuous fields or villages - are very poignant, military cemeteries even more so. How did anyone ever survive such brutal carnage? And what ultimately was the point?)

Nanka said...

This is the first time I saw this clip at the station and was absolutely fascinated!! I watched it repeatedly and enjoyed it every time!! Thank you for the share!! What a spontaneous fun entertainment..clap, clap to all those who joined in!!

Carver said...

That's fantastic. I've seen others before but not this one and this is my favorite. Starting with all the children and then various ages made is extra fabulous.

nonizamboni said...

What glorious fun! I wonder if I'd joined in--would you?
Either way, this made my day...thanks!

Dhemz said...

so lively...nice choice!
Hope you can check out my ABC Wednesday entry as well. Thanks!

helenmac said...

I want to be a part of a flash mob!
thank you for sharing this one again; it is fantastic!
HelenMac, ABC Wednesday Team

photowannabe said...

I never get tired of seeing this. Its a real Feel Good clip. I would love to be part of something like that.

Hildred and Charles said...

I keep going back to look too, - such great energy and delight - I'm sure it couldn't resist taking part in such a happy occasion. So glad it was enjoyable!

Dimple said...

I can't explain why, but this choked me up...maybe it was the...I don't know! But it was a happy choke!
Thanks for sharing!

Tumblewords: said...

Wonderfully fun! I love it!

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

That was lovely and such fun. What a joy to take part in it too, I imagine! A x