Ice Islands drift into White Bay

A northeast wind has blown some massive, frozen beauties into White Bay in western Newfoundland, a rare September treat for people in the community of Hampden. “When we got up this morning, we were dumbfounded with what we saw,” said Eldon Drost. Huge chunks of ice – many times the size of football fields – broke off the vast ice island that has been drifting down from the Petermann Glacier in Greenland since August 2010. Click here for photos of the ice islands.

Source: CBC

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