a large number of people or objects crowded together.
a mass of cyclists”

A mass of riders forms the peloton in…

…as the Cadell Evans,

Great Ocean Road Classic

nears Geelong and the final stages

of the race.



Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk221 – Mass

7 thoughts on “Pic-and-Word-Challenge_Wk221-Mass

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    • I have often heard commentators talking about taking turns in front of a pack. A few years back I had a position right on the curb when the peloton passed by. The atmospheric displacement nearly blew my tripod over. 🙂🙂

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      • <grin> We had a 70 meter nordic ski jump in my hometown in New Hampshire, USA. One year, while working on the nearby downhill ski hill’s Ski Patrol, I had the luck to be providing first aid services for a jumping competition. Standing on the steps up the hill along the very steep slope, I was stunned by the sound of the jumpers knifing through the air. It was a bit like hearing a freight train going by. Even we small humans can make quite a racket and tumult when pushing ourselves through the air.

        And isn’t the Australian word for “a large number of people” ‘mob’? 😉


      • We often refer ‘a rowdy mob’….usually protesters of some some. When I hear the word ‘mob’ I think of sheep. Doesn’t matter the number always a ‘mob’. Those protestors could be likened to sheep…the mob blindly following a leader. 😊😊

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