I drove out to Cape Spear yesterday and saw a few small icebergs. It was freezing. The original audio has been removed because it was nothing but wind distortion. I replaced it with some generic stormy wind sounds.
Bones dangling from iceberg spark curiosity among scientists: Marine scientists in Canada and abroad are puzzled by bizarre photographs that appear to show the skeleton of a large mammal jutting out of an iceberg that recently drifted past Newfoundland’s east coast. “Mammal” my ass. It’s obviously an alien.
It’s iceberg season in Newfoundland. One of my relatives sent me these photos, taken near Cottrells Cove, a small community on the Northern coast of the island. Towering icebergs have floated near St. John’s as well. They’re quite a sight. (click an image for larger view) Update (Aug. 7, 2011): More photos of huge icebergs from off the coast of St. Anthony!