A mystical but unique picture captured from the small location of L'Anse Amour in Labrador, Canada as the fog stretches across the Strait of Belle Isle. In the foreground, the fog has lifted giving us a glimpse of the pack ice but off in the distance a thick line of fog still lingers.From above the fog line, the peak of an iceberg comes into view and appears as if it is floating in mid-air. Once the fog dissipates, this iceberg will come into full view and you can see how majestic these natural phenomenons are. The pack ice will melt long before the iceberg, but every minute of every day, the iceberg changes shape as it too is slowly thawing.L'Anse Amour in Labrador, Canada is a very small community consisting of a total of eight residents but is one of the prettiest areas along the coastline. While driving Highway 510 on your travels through Labrador, be sure to stop and enjoy the beauty of L'Anse Amour, better yet stay a night at the bed and breakfast.Depending on the time of year, you could wake up to a fog blanketed morning like this, but once the fog lifts, admire the beauty of pack ice and an iceberg or two adorning the Strait of Belle Isle. On some days, from the picnic area along the coastline of L'Anse Amour, you can watch humpack and minke whales come into the bay on their hunt for caplin.The tip of an iceberg peering out from above the fog with pack ice at the base in the Strait of Belle Isle seen from L'Anse-Amour during a foggy day along Highway 510, Trails to the Vikings, Viking Trail, Labrador, Canada.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/400 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 350mm.
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