March down Iceberg Alley March 3, 2016March 4, 2016 ~ lazydaysnl This picture by Frank Johnson speaks for itself. Bonavista, NL March 2016 Jeanene Walsh caught a small calving as ice fell off the right hand side of this berg on March 1, 2016. Still huge, it has been grounded in the Bonavista and Elliston area for over 6 weeks! Again, a beautiful March day and another great angle by Linda Ryan. Beautiful Bonavista, Newfoundland. Thanks for sharing! Sometimes objects in the foreground help with perspective but E. Denise Mouland found a great day to play with this berg. Iceberg finding and photographing is fun! With bergs still hanging out in Bonavista and Maberly we might manage a few more posts before they move off land. Stay tuned or check out facebook page for current posts. Share this:ShareFacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading...
2 thoughts on “March down Iceberg Alley”
It sure shows you how much ice is calving in the Arctic!
Yes, I wonder if there are any studies yet trying to tag the ice around Greenland to track and see how long some of these bergs are traveling before we see them? It would help to know if it’s part of a bigger event or some of the norm. Certainly unusual to see them from shore and have them ground for 6 weeks to be photographed.