Canada's "Iceberg Alley" is living up to its name this spring, and tourists are flocking to the town of Ferryland to see a behemoth that has grounded just offshore.
Tourists are flocking to Ferryland, Newfoundland to see an iceberg tower off its shore.
The ice has a height of 151-240 feet and is between 400-670 feet long.
A picture shot by mountain biker Kaelam Power along the coast captured the rare occurrence.
This year, more than three times the amount of normal icebergs have been spotted in the transatlantic shipping lanes.