In June 2018, I headed to Newfoundland, searching for icebergs. I had been to The Rock, as it is affectionately known, in 2015, visiting the Bonavista Peninsula and Gros Morne and I had seen a few icebergs, but this time I wanted to do a trip primarily focused on finding and photographing as many icebergs as I could. Icebergs, which have mostly calved from glaciers in Greenland, travel past Newfoundland every year in May, June and into July through what's called Iceberg Alley. It had been a slow start to the iceberg season, with many fewer icebergs coming down from the north than usual, but I hoped that by flying into Deer Lake and just targeting two main northern areas (Twillingate and St. Anthony) and staying in each place for a few days, I would get lucky in finding icebergs and being able to photograph them in nice conditions.Read More
Hunting for Icebergs in Newfoundland
A trip to Newfoundland in June 2018,
hunting for icebergs.