It’s an unusual sight on Newfoundland’s Southern Shore highway: Swarming with people wanting to get a closer look at a massive iceberg stuck in shallow water, just off the coast of Ferryland, on the Avalon Peninsula.
The highest point of the iceberg measures roughly 46 metres. The iceberg has moved slightly and broken apart, but it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere soon.
The iceberg stuck in shallow waters has been causing a stir with photographers.
The iceberg will not move out of there unless this winds stay up for another while, because the pile of ice is on the shallow ground.
Iceberg hunting: A helicopter flew over the iceberg on Sunday.
The Ferryland iceberg became a tourist attraction over the Easter weekend.
The iceberg has moved slightly and broken apart since first appearing, but it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere soon.
People have been stopping to see the iceberg which first appeared last week on the Southern Shore.
What an amazing iceberg, so close to the shore. Powerful nature phenomenon.