In the following are two dimensions of visualizing the Alphabets. First, by color (Addled Librarian for this link) and second by images (courtesy Flickr)
Color Code: A Color Portrait of the English Language
"An interactive map of more than 33,000 words; each word has been assigned a color based on the average color of images found by a search engine. The words are then grouped by meaning, and the resulting patterns form an atlas of our lexicon."
Just post one sentence at a time and it has to begin the the next number in the alphabet. (I'll make one starting with A, the next person B, etc.) When we've done all 26 letters (or however many are in the language you speak), we'll, how about, It starts with one letter and ends with the next? ok here we go.
My previous post on Word and Numbers: