Chilly June in Northern Newfoundland, Canada

This is how it looks in summer on Quirpon Island, off the northern tip of Newfoundland in the Strait of Belle Isle that separates Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The north wind blows icebergs down from Greenland, like the one in the background, in a trip that lasts two years, and that wind will rip right through you.

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