Yesterday’s Bauline iceberg was still there today, a little closer, and a little smaller. Icebergs melt, tumble and turn, break into pieces, and look different every day. Today’s Bauline iceberg looked nothing like yesterday’s version:

Iceberg - Bauline

Iceberg – Bauline

Still pretty though! And easily the most conveniently located iceberg to go see right now.

After Bauline, I saw five more icebergs on our side of the coast. Three on Biscan Cove Path, close to Cape St. Francis, and two on Stiles Cove Path. All but one of them ‘tabular’. Here’s a few pictures of one of the Stiles Cove bergs:

Tabular iceberg near Stiles Cove - Stiles Cove Path

Tabular iceberg near Stiles Cove – Stiles Cove Path

Iceberg bay - Stiles Cove Path

Iceberg bay – Stiles Cove Path

Iceberg in rough sea - Stiles Cove Path

Iceberg in rough sea – Stiles Cove Path

The waves were rocking this iceberg back and forth, making it crack and break off pieces several times while I was there.