?ÇÿIceberg at Dusk?ÇÖ by Mike Grandmaison

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?ÇÿIceberg at Dusk?ÇÖ by Mike Grandmaison Eastport, Newfoundland. Canada Icebergs are one of the most awesome sights we can behold. Twice now I have been able to view these 10,000-year-old glacial giants in Iceberg Alley, an area stretching from the coast of Labrador to the northeast coast of the island of Newfoundland. Most of the icebergs that reach the North Atlantic come from 100 major glaciers in Greenland while the others come from glaciers in northern Ellesmere Island. About 40,000 icebergs calf from these glaciers to migrate to the cold arctic seas. Despite their arrival every spring, year after year we continue to be amazed at the site of icebergs which come in any number of sizes and shapes. While you can view them from the shoreline, I prefer to explore them from the boat of a private guide. I photographed this particular iceberg from the shore on three separate occasions within a 12 hour period. On the last outing, the iceberg literally crumbled in front of our eyes, a sight I had neither expected nor expect to ever see again. What an experience! Gicl?? photographic print Printed on Hahnem??hle German Etching fine art archival paper Laminated Signed & numbered, limited to 15 Certificate of Authenticity included All materials are archival Prints are securely packed and rolled into a wide tube for safe shipping. Insured courier service is included for all patrons.