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An amateur photographer captured the breadth and versatility of icebergs from his vantage in what's known as 'iceberg alley.'
In a series of images from his home in Cape Bonavista, Newfoundland, photographer Mark Gray documented a procession of icebergs as they drifted by in the Labrador Sea through his personal Twitter account.
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In one photo, Gray is able to snap a comparison picture showing one of the colossal floating chunks of ice next to the Cape's iconic lighthouse.
'Our Cape Bonavista Lighthouse looks pretty small in comparison to this huge iceberg!' said Gray on Twitter.
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In other photos, Gray points out icebergs that appear similar to a 'salad bowl,' ice cream cones, elephant tusks, and one which he dubs 'the lurker' for seemingly hiding behind a land mass.
The corridor through which Gray captured the Iceberg's journey across the sea has been dubbed 'Iceberg Alley' where seasonal bergs drift through during late spring or early summer....
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