It may be the Merry Month of May but the current weather reminds me more of March. While May 1st was a picture perfect example of spring, yesterday and today were spoiled by flurries, rain, drizzle and fog. To be honest, it just doesn’t look very inviting outside.

Of course, staying inside is no good either so today I drove around the coast and walked a few trails. I saw this small iceberg in Pouch Cove:

Iceberg in the bay - Pouch Cove

Iceberg in the bay – Pouch Cove

I think you’ll agree with me it’s not much to look at, it’s a small piece of a tabular iceberg. Icebergs need direct sunlight to really sparkle anyway, under this gloomy sky even a handsome specimen would have looked unappealing. Here’s a closer look at the same berg, after I walked out to it over the start of Stiles Cove Path:

Small tabular iceberg - Stiles Cove Path

Small tabular iceberg – Stiles Cove Path

Near the start of that trail there’s a strange looking rock on the cliffs:

Strange object - Pouch Cove

Strange object – Pouch Cove

Strange object, closeup - Pouch Cove

Strange object, closeup – Pouch Cove

And here it is again, with a little context:

Strange object, a wider shot - Pouch Cove

Strange object, a wider shot – Pouch Cove

Weird looking isn’t it, does anybody know what it is?