The iceberg cometh
A spectacular iceberg attracted flocks of tourists to a small town in Newfoundland when it sailed past the Canadian coast and became stuck in the shallow waters. The giant iceberg, which towered about 15 storeys above sea level, has now moved on, the local tourism board says, but there are many smaller icebergs dotted around the shores. The picturesque shoreline is known as Iceberg Alley. Each year volunteers use satellite to track icebergs.
April marks the start of iceberg season along the Canadian coast.