I've been living in Newfoundland for nearly seven years and ever since I got here, I took the opportunity to take photographs of icebergs. I'm not sure if local Newfoundlanders feel the same way towards them, but I just find them so fascinating. They stand in the water, still (sometimes breaking apart or spinning), but always moving (very slowly and sometimes at relatively fast speeds depending on the wind). It's always so exciting to "chase" icebergs because you don't really know where they'll be standing tall in their blue-beautiful grandiose. Even though they make great subjects for the visual-arts, we also have to remember that icebergs are a double-edge sword topic. Here in Newfoundland, we often see them in the Spring time; April-July (at the latest). They slowly come down from Greenland (mostly), but we are seeing more and more of them, and they're lasting longer into the early summer. They're an indication that temperatures are changing. There might be a time where we don't see them anymore in Newfoundland. There's a certain beauty about them, however, they're a sign of negative things to come. They're a warning. Scroll down to see some of my iceberg photographs from the last seven years.