While the increasing presence of wayward icebergs is a disheartening sign of the world’s rising temperatures, that doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate a cool-looking iceberg when it drifts by. This unique iceberg with a circular archway was spotted off the coast of the Bonavista Peninsula in Newfoundland. The peninsula, nicknamed “iceberg alley”, is considered a prime viewing spot for iceberg-viewing during spring to early summer.

The “beauty berg”, as this windowed iceberg is being called, appears to be grounded in the waters just off the Bonavista Peninsula, specifically Upper Amherst Cove. Locals, visitors, and photographers have seized the opportunity to take pictures and videos, encouraging others to see the glacier before it’s gone. Twitter user Mark Gray’s photos in particular have gone viral:



Including the Beauty Berg, there are currently 94 icebergs floating off the coast of Newfoundland. The volume of icebergs passing Newfoundland and Labrador is a major draw for the area, as it’s considered one of the best places in the world for viewing glacial formations. In particular, the small town of Ferryland on the Avalon Peninsula recently became a hot spot for iceberg-chasers hoping to catch the first icebergs of the season.

If you want to see the Beauty Berg, you better hurry up. Unlike most works of art, icebergs don’t exactly hang in one place too long. Early summer is the end of peak iceberg season, so there’s only a couple weeks left before your opportunity drifts away.

H/T: BBC News