Spring In Northeast Newfoundland

The coming of spring in northeast Newfoundland is not what most people would consider as a normal spring. The typical “April showers bring May flowers” saying doesn’t necessarily hold true in this part of the world.  A shift in wind direction can quickly turn a balmy spring day into a bone chilling nor’easter accompanied by the usual drizzle and fog. If you don’t like the weather, stick around…. it’ll soon change. Despite the weather, Newfoundland has some of the most spectacular scenery in North America. Tourists from all over the world travel here during spring and early summer to view icebergs from Greenland and pack ice from Labrador. The northeast coast of the province is the prime area for viewing these spectacles.

Here are a few of my shots taken earlier this spring.

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Salt Harbour Berg

Surf And Sea Ice

Floaters

Northern Visitor

Sunset Over Sea & Ice

Ocean Fury

 

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~ by spencedove on May 5, 2011.

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