Redcliffe Pier

Thursday, March 17, 2011

HAPPY ST PATRICK'S DAY


A Flashmob brighten the day for Sydney commuters.

16 comments:

  1. Makes me wish I had gone via central today.

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  2. Wow, what a great spontaneous performance!

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  3. Wow! Thanks for posting that. Happy St. Patrick's Day. I wonder if I have anything green to wear... I guess I could always go out in the deluge and get a bit of moss to pin on...

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  4. Wonderful. I expect people will talk about this St. Patrick's Day for a long time if they were there at the Station.
    One thing I did learn in my life was to do Irish Dancing :)

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  5. Oh My Heart... I love it, Diane... How special... I have seen the original 'Riverdance' group when they were here years ago... Wonderful....

    Have a wonderful St. Patrick's Day... I have some Irish blood in me --and need to put on my green so that George won't pinch me... ha ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. Thanks for showing us this Diane. my Riverdance cd had just ended. It's wonderful to see such enthusiasm on St Patrick's day!

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  7. Brought a happy tear to my eye Mum.

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  8. Oh darn! I have to wait until I get home to watch it! But, I will bet it's fabulous!!

    Happy St. Paddy's day to you!

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  9. Don't you just love that dancing!! and the kids are so... great.

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  10. Wow wow wow! Such precision.
    Made me very proud of my Irish side.
    Thank you very much.
    Colin (HB)

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  11. I love this Diane!

    They did a very nice job. Like so many others, I saw Riverdance when it was making its rounds a few years ago and it made me wish I could step dance :)

    Happy St. Patrick's Day!'

    PS: Our grandson hasn't picked his birthday as yet ..we are still waiting! :)

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  12. What a wonderful post for St. Patrick's Day. I enjoy seeing Irish dancing, and the dancers in this video are very good.

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  13. Oh how wonderful! Loved it!!! The first part of that dance was actually a traditional set dance that is named "St Patrick's Day", so very appropriate for the day!

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  14. My Irish eyes are smiling even if I did see this late! Thanks Diane!

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  15. Well not exactly spontaneous, but good to see at this time of world-wide travail.

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