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St Juliens Harbour Newfoundland

Fishing stages and resident homes decorate the harbour of St. Julien's on the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada.

Along the coastline of St Juliens on the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada, homes sit upon the hillside and fishing stages line the banks of the harbour. Just outside the entrance to St. Julien's harbour, scattered pieces of pack ice ...
Norstead Viking Site Newfoundland

The huts and buildings at the Norstead Viking Site on the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland, Canada have been recreated for tourists to view.

The Norstead Viking Site will take you back to the time when this was a Viking Port of Trade and the type of life that they lived in the Newfoundland region. A very interesting piece of history to explore when visiting Newfoundland and if you are ...
Fishing Town Pack Ice Newfoundland Canada

The small fishing town of Conche in Newfoundland, Canada has their harbour filled yearly with the pack ice which has broken away from the larger icebergs.

The harbour off the fishing town of Conche in Newfoundland, Canada is fairly deep making it easy for the pack ice to find the perfect resting area where it will slowly disintegrate as the days get warmer. During late Spring and early Summer, many ...
Coastline Iceberg Watching Newfoundland Town

In the town of Quirpon, Newfoundland, a tourist sits along the rocky coastline watching the pack ice melting in the harbour as a large iceberg passes by farther out.

The ideal spot for iceberg watching is to relax on the rocks along the coastline in the town of Quirpon, Newfoundland. A massive iceberg comes into view just off the rocky point and the harbour of Quirpon is filled with enormous pieces of pack ic ...
Pack Ice Formations Conche Harbour Newfoundland

Pack ice formations slowly starting to melt in Conche Harbour along the French Shore of the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada.

Each mass of pack ice which floats around Conche Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada displays its own formations as the summer sun shines down upon this town. Where the pack ice becomes thinner, holes begin to form, eventually making the pack ice sma ...
Floating Pack Ice St Anthony Harbour Newfoundland

The pack ice floating around the harbour of St. Anthony, Newfoundland, melting a little more each day during the summer.

As summer arrives in Newfoundland, Canada, the pack ice floating in the harbour of St. Anthony shrinks daily as the warmer temperatures melt the ice chunks. Once the pack ice has disappeared from the surface of the harbour, boats must be leery of ...
Foggy Pack Ice Belle Isle Strait Newfoundland

Large chunks of pack ice float through the Strait of Belle Isle in Newfoundland, Canada but the foggy days can make them hard to see.

Travelling through the waters around Newfoundland, Canada when pack ice fills the Strait of Belle Isle is near impossible but on foggy days, it becomes impossible. Standing along the shores of Sandy Cove, you can see the formation of the pack ice ...
Crab Fishing Boats Conche Harbour Newfoundland

Two commercial crab fishing boats dock along the wharf in Conche Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada until the pack ice disappears.

Many of the crab fishing boats that depart from Conche Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada can spend months tied up to the wharf waiting for all the pack ice to thaw. Residents of Conche can watch from their homes, the ever changing pack ice that lin ...
Melting Pack Ice St Lunaire Griquet Newfoundland

The pack ice is slowly melting as it floats around in St Lunaire-Griquet Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada.

As the weather starts to warm up around St Lunaire Griquet in Newfoundland, Canada the melting pack ice changes shape day by day. Large flat pieces of ice still float just below the surface of the water which will take longer to finally disintegr ...
St Anthony Pack Ice Newfoundland

Looking out across the St Anthony Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada, beautiful masses of pack ice float aimlessly about.

From the shores of St. Anthony, Newfoundland you can look out over the harbour and see pack ice scattered across the surface of the water. This pack ice will slowly melt away, but until that time, boats remain tied to the dock until they can safe ...
Harbour Pack Ice Northern Peninsula Newfoundland

In Conche Harbour along the Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, winter brings in the pack ice that keeps the residents ashore until it thaws.

When the pack ice fills the harbour of the town of Conche on the Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada, many of the residents and their boats are kept ashore until it melts and frees up the harbour. The shacks and houses in the town of Conch ...
Crab Fishing Equipment

All the equipment needed for crab fishing is loaded onto Bromley's Venture which awaits the thawing of the pack ice before leaving Conche Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada.

Crab fishing is a way of life for many of the people that reside in the small town of Conche, Newfoundland but that comes to a standstill when the harbour is filled with pack ice. When the ice melts, the boat is fully prepared and loaded with all ...
Woman Iceberg Watching Newfoundland Canada

A woman sits along the shores of Quirpon, Newfoundland watching an iceberg float pass while pack ice blocks the entrance to the harbour.

Sitting atop a large rock on the coastline of the town of Quirpon, Newfoundland, this woman takes in the beautiful scenery of pack ice and icebergs. The shores of the town of Quirpon is an excellent area to spend some time iceberg watching. The h ...
Ice Melt St Anthony Newfoundland

A large piece of ice floating in St. Anthony harbour in Newfoundland, Canada will slowly melt away once it has reached this point.

Once the pack ice moves into the harbour of St. Anthony in Newfoundland, it will break apart and melt until there is nothing left. Each year, large chunks of ice end up in the harbour and they can sometimes take a month or so to completely melt a ...
Iceberg Mountain Iceberg Alley Newfoundland

What looks like a mountain in the middle of Iceberg Alley in Newfoundland, Canada is actually an iceberg that has drifted many miles.

The peak on this iceberg looks similar to that of a snow covered mountain but in reality it is a solid mass of ice that started its journey in Greenland, Canada. On boat tours with Northland Discovery Boat Tours into Iceberg Alley in Newfoundland ...
Rock Sculpture Labrador Coastal Drive

A rock sculpture or an Inukshuk atop a rock overlooking Sandy Cove along the Labrador Coastal Drive in Southern Labrador where pack ice is hidden behind the fog.

A sculpture such as this can be very time consuming when creating it and each rock must be strategically placed in order for it to stand properly. Near Sandy Cove along the Labrador Coastal Drive in Southern Labrador there are the ideal rocks to ...
Commercial Crab Fishing Newfoundland

A commercial fishing boat patiently waiting for the pack ice in Conche Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada to melt so that they can fill their crab pots with fresh crab.

Every year the commercial fishing boats sit idle in the harbour of Conche in Newfoundland, Canada as pack ice has moved in and they wait for the melting process which can take a few months. The fishing boats are loaded up with their crab pots and ...
Quirpon Harbour Icebergs Newfoundland

Quirpon Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada is the ideal place to sit along the shore and watch icebergs and pack ice float aimlessly in the Atlantic Ocean.

A man and woman relax on a large boulder on the shores of the town of Quirpon, Newfoundland watching large icebergs pass by in the distance as pack ice moves into the harbour. Once this pack ice blocks the harbour of Quirpon, boats remain docked ...
Harbour Ice St Anthony Newfoundland

Pack ice blocks the harbour of St. Anthony, Newfoundland during the spring and summer months so most people are stranded on land.

Large pieces of pack ice with beautiful hues of blue clog up the harbour of St. Anthony in Newfoundland, Canada which prevents any commercial fishermen from leaving the harbour until it thaws. A building, cars, mountain side and green grass make ...
Conche Harbour Fishing Boat Newfoundland

The Bromley's Venture is a fishing boat used by the local fisherman that reside in Conche Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada.

Pack Ice encompasses Conche Harbour on the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada which means that no commercial fishing boats can leave the harbour. The Bromley's Venture is just one fishing boat tied to the dock waiting for the pack i ...
Ice Sculptures Newfoundland

Pack ice seems to create its own sculptures tinged with blue and green coloring during the summers months in St. Anthony's Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada.

Let your imagination go wild and picture different sculptures that are naturally created by the pack ice in the harbour of St. Anthony in Newfoundland, Canada. Each year the pack ice floats into St Anthony Harbour until it melts and people either ...
Fishing Stage Newfoundland

A fishing stage sits along the waters edge in Conche Harbour on the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada with pack ice floating aimlessly in the background.

Seagulls rest upon the roof of a closed up fishing stage along the rocky shores of Conche Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada with pack ice, forest trees and rocky cliffs making up the background scenery. A fishing stage is a very common sight around ...
Ice Mountain St Anthony

A large piece of pack ice resembles that of an ice mountain along the shores of St Anthony in Newfoundland, Canada.

During the summer months in the harbour of St Anthony in Newfoundland, Canada, pack ice moves in and can hang around for months as it begins the melting process. This large chunk of ice on the shore looks like a small mountain with larger mountai ...
Pack Ice Newfoundland

Fishing boats will not be leaving Conche Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada for a while until these massive ice formations melt.

A typical winter and spring scene in Conche Harbour in Newfoundland, Canada when the pack ice makes it way into the harbour creating problems for fishing boats. This pack ice will take months to melt and then once again the town of Conche will ge ...
Crab Pots

Crab pots loaded on deck of the Conche Flyer in Conche Harbour on the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada waiting for the pack ice to melt.

Pack ice fills Conche Harbour on the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland, Canada which deters this crab fishing boat geared with crab pots from leaving the harbour. Pack ice can block the harbour for many months depending on the weather cond ...
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