15 Incredible Iceberg Photos
From more than 800 iceberg photos submitted to Downhome by our readers over the years, we have gleaned what we feel are the top 15 images. Do you have an incredible iceberg photo to share? Click here to submit. And remember, when viewing icebergs from a boat, always keep a safe distance.
Taken near Exploits Island by Andrew Burt of Northern Arm, N.L.
Chris LeGrow shot this photo in Broad Cove, Conception Bay, N.L.
Look Up, Way UP.
Taken at Crow Head, Twillingate, N.L. in the late 1990s by Don Loveridge.
Fishing For Bergs
Gene Patey of Clarkes Beach photographed an iceberg that crept into the path of fishing boats.
Jennifer Barnable of St. Johns, N.L. found the Cribbies (in Tors Cove, N.L.) to be the best vantage point for viewing this massive berg.
Little Boat, Big Berg
Taken in Port Union, N.L. by Judy Dearing of Moretons Harbour, N.L.
Debbie Byrne paddled in the frigid waters surrounding an iceberg located one kilometre from Quidi Vidi, St. Johns, N.L. (Photo by Pat Byrne of St. Johns, N.L.)
Iceberg At Night
Rodney Miller of St. Johns, N.L. captured the beauty of this city visitor after dark.
Sheila Castonguay of Sept-Iles, Q.C. happened upon this Twillingate iceberg at just the right time.
Early Morning Visitor
Shirley Sharpe shot this photo at 7 a..m. in Back Harbour, Twillingate, N.L.
Taken at Cotrells Cove, N.L. by Susanne Nichol of Labrador City.
Dinner and a View
Tom Eagan of Clarenville, N.L. shot this photo at Goose Cove near St. Anthony, N.L.
Through the Fog
Vicky Martin shot this photo of an iceberg grounded in Grates Cove, N.L. just before it completely disappeared in fog.
Big Land Berg
Warren Pye of Stratford, O.N. shot this majestic iceberg at Cape Charles, Labrador.