Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The Great Newfoundand Iceberg Hunt

Icebergs are not what they used to be here in Newfoundland but at least the 2014 iceberg season looks promising. There seems to be lots around and some of them are impressive and their numbers are up from recent years. Unfortunately they don't match the size and numbers of those seen years ago but they are still a wonderful sight to behold.

Following are some iceberg photos I have taken recently and over the last 25 years.

Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
Iceberg at Bay Bulls Newfoundland (May 2014)
Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
Iceberg at Western Bay Newfoundland (May 2014)
Iceberg at L'Anse aux Meadows
Iceberg at L'Anse aux Meadows (late 1980's)
Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
Icebergs at Flatrock Newfoundland (early 1990's)
Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
"The Journey Home" (1997)

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Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
Mammoth of the Labrador Sea (late 1980's)
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Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
Iceberg at Newfoundlands Southern Shore (early 1990's)
Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
Icebergs at St John's Newfoundland (1997)
Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
Sea of Ice
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Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
King of the Sea (1997)
Quidi Vidi Iceberg
Quidi Vidi Iceberg (April 2012)
Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
Iceberg Vertigo (April 2012)
Photography by Brian Carey St John's Newfoundland
Iceberg at L'Anse aux Meadows (late 1980's)

The icebergs may not be as big or as plentiful as they were in the past but if you're willing to travel to Newfoundlands northeast coast or Northern Peninsula during iceberg season your chances of seeing a massive berg will greatly increase.

Thank you for stopping by!