Spring has brought some very big surprises to Newfoundland's east coast.
While icebergs float by every year, this year has seen more than usual, and many have come so close to shore that residents can see the stunning white chunks of ice from their backyards.
Check out some of their amazing photos below.
We have this just offshore today...May 14, 2014
Amazing day in Bonavista, Newfoundland chasing icebergs on the edge of the earth! pic.twitter.com/1kZWgPT36u— ChristineAveryNunez (@NunezAvery) June 1, 2014
One iceberg lover even jumped in the water to try to touch one.
Berg spotting in Newfoundland and Labrador is so popular that the province's tourism site has an Iceberg Map that tracks the last known location of all bergs near the coast, spotted either by satellite or eyewitnesses.
Iceberg expert Steven Bruneau told CTV News he thinks the water is so busy this year because the harsh winter created a lot of sea ice that floated down from the north.
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