THE PEOPLE of the town of Ferryland in Newfoundland, Canada are accustomed to seeing icebergs floating by (iceberg viewing is part of the draw of visiting this area of Canada), but the first one of the season is a bit early and incredibly large.
According to The Guardian, the iceberg “is estimated to measure some 46 metres (150ft) at its highest point” and is very close to the coast, making it an amazing photo opportunity for visitors and locals alike. See for yourself.
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H/T: The Guardian