Normally, in the news, you hear about the regular seasons. Summer, winter, wabbit season and of course, duck season. But now it's iceberg season that's officially underway
Dozens of icebergs are floating near the coast of Newfoundland right now, which is a lot more than they normally get at this time of year, and it's a lot of tourists.
One photo that's getting a particular amount of attention is this one of a helicopter landing on the iceberg, and as one reddit user puts it:
Here you can see taken from the helicopter soaring above the biggest iceberg in Newfoundland:
They may be dangerous, but they sure are beautiful.