It is hard to tell in the first shot how big the 'icebergs' are. If you look at the right and to the left of where I am standing you can see they are very small.
A day before these shots I had several people tell me that huge icebergs were passing Pinette and Point Prim, both parts of my community. I did not get to these spots till later the next day and all that was left were small pieces of melting ice, the largest being the size of a regular washer or dryer. Needless to say, I was a bit disappointed.
At the same time, Newfoundland is having a an unusual amount of icebergs passing their shores, a boon for tourism and a sign of global warning. Check out these links: Iceberg Map and Prov. Govt Website. I won't even get started on photo galleries of the phenomenon.
These were taken one week ago and I did see boats in the water that day.
|camera||Canon EOS REBEL T3|
|exposure mode||aperture priority|