Traffic jams are something that Ferryland, an hour south of St John’s on Canada’s east coast is not used to. But not anymore. Ever since this 150ft iceberg, which has dwarfed the small town, got stuck in the shallow waters, the area was swarming with people taking photographs of the massive iceberg.
However, this is not the first time that the locals have seen an iceberg in this area. Ferryland lies in 'iceberg alley" and every year from the start of spring to September, a large number of icebergs break off the Arctic and float down this area.